Publications

Ashwin, C., Holas, P., Cahill, S., Kokoszka, A., Georgiou, G.A., & Fox, E. (2012). Differential enhancement of threat detection in generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) versus panic disorder. Journal of Anxiety Disorders,  26, 329–336
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Fox, E., Yates, A., & Ashwin, C. (2012). Trait anxiety and perceptual load as determinants of emotion processing in a fear-conditioning paradigm. Emotion,  12, (No. 2), 236–249
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Fox, E., & Standage, H. (2012). Variation on the serotonin transporter gene and bias in the interpretation of ambiguity. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 24, 106-114.
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Wallace, D., Eltiti, S., Ridgewell, A., Garner, K., Russo, R., Sepulveda, F., Walker, S., Quinlan, T., Dudley, S., Maung, S., Deeble, R., & Fox, E. (2012). Cognitive and physiological responses in humans exposed to a TETRA base station signal in relation to perceived electromagnetic hypersensitivity. Bioelectromagnetics, 33, (Issue 1), 23-39.
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Fox, E., Zougkou, K., Ridgewell, A., & Garner, K. (2011). The serotonin transporter gene alters sensitivity to attention bias modification: Evidence for a plasticity gene. Biological Psychiatry, 70, (Issue 11), 1049-105.
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Commentary on Fox et al (2011 – Biological Psychiatry) by Britton & Rauch (Biological Psychiatry 2011) ‘Attentional bias modification and the serotonin transporter: Personalized treatment implications of gene interactions with learning’.
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Further Commentary by Beevers & McCreary (2011 – Trends in Cognitive Sciences).
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Fox, E., & Zougkou, K. (2011). Influence of personality traits on processing of facial expressions. In Gill Rhodes, Jim Haxby, Mark Johnson, & Andy Calder (Eds). Handbook of Face Perception. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Fox, E., Derakshan, N., & Standage, H. (2011). The assessment of human attention. In Karl Christophe Klauer, Christoph Stahl, and Andreas Voss (Eds) Cognitive Methods in Social Psychology. Guilford Press. pp. 15-47.

Alan Yates, Chris Ashwin, and Elaine Fox (2010) Does Emotion Processing Require Attention? The Effects of Fear Conditioning and Perceptual Load. Emotion, Vol. 10, No. 6, 822– 830.
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Fox, E, Cahill, S., & Zougkou, K. (2010). Preconscious processing biases predict emotional reactivity to stress. Biological Psychiatry, 67, 371-377.
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Ewbank, M.P., Fox, E. & Calder, A. (2010). The interaction between gaze and facial expression in the amygdala and extended amygdala is modulated by anxiety. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 4, 1-11.
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Standage, H., Ashwin, C., & Fox, E. (2010). Is manipulation of mood a critical component of cognitive bias modification procedures? Behavior Research & Therapy, 48, 4-10.
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Fox, E., Ridgewell, A., & Ashwin, C. (2009). Looking on the bright side: Biased attention and the human serotonin transporter gene. Proceedings of the Royal Society (Biological Sciences), 276, 1747-1751.
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Commentary on Fox et al (2009 – Proceedings of the Royal Society) by Nisimura et al (Molecular Psyhciatry) ‘The human serotonin transporter gene explains why some people are more optimistic that others’.
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Standage, H., Ashwin, C., & Fox, E. (2009). Comparing auditory and visual presentation for the modification of interpretation bias. Journal of Behavior Therapy & Experimental Psychiatry, 40, 558-570.
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MacLeod, C., Koster, E., & Fox, E. (2009). Whither cognitive bias modification research? Commentary on the special section articles. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 118, 89-100.
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Fox, E., Derakshan, N., & Shoker, L. (2008). Trait anxiety modulates the electrophysiological indices of rapid spatial orienting towards angry faces. NeuroReport, 19, 259-263.
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Previous Books

Emotion Science by Elaine FoxFox, E. (2008). Emotion Science: Neuroscientific and Cognitive Approaches to Understanding Human Emotions. Palgrave Macmillan.

A critically acclaimed book which summarizes the scientific understanding of the nature of human emotions and emotional disorders. This book attempts to integrate the complex literature on emotions and their related disorders using cognitive, neuroscienctific, and molecular genetic approach.
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