Marcella Woud
Marcella Woud
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Ameliorating intrusive memories of distressing experiences using computerized reappraisal training.
ML Woud, EA Holmes, P Postma, T Dalgleish, B Mackintosh
Emotion 12 (4), 778, 2012
772012
Reducing analogue trauma symptoms by computerized reappraisal training–Considering a cognitive prophylaxis?
ML Woud, P Postma, EA Holmes, B Mackintosh
Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 44 (3), 312-315, 2013
472013
Implicit evaluation bias induced by approach and avoidance
ML Woud, ES Becker, M Rinck
Cognition and Emotion 22 (6), 1187-1197, 2008
472008
Editorial for the special issue on cognitive bias modification techniques: An introduction to a time traveller’s tale
ML Woud, ES Becker
Cognitive Therapy and Research 38 (2), 83-88, 2014
452014
Survey method matters: Online/offline questionnaires and face-to-face or telephone interviews differ
XC Zhang, L Kuchinke, ML Woud, J Velten, J Margraf
Computers in Human Behavior 71, 172-180, 2017
412017
The validity of different measures of automatic alcohol action tendencies.
I Kersbergen, ML Woud, M Field
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 29 (1), 225, 2015
352015
Training approach-avoidance of smiling faces affects emotional vulnerability in socially anxious individuals
M Rinck, S Telli, I Kampmann, ML Woud, M Kerstholt, S te Velthuis, ...
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, 481, 2013
342013
'Getting into the spirit': Alcohol-related interpretation bias in heavy-drinking students.
ML Woud, DA Fitzgerald, RW Wiers, M Rinck, ES Becker
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 26 (3), 627, 2012
302012
Don’t panic: Interpretation bias is predictive of new onsets of panic disorder
ML Woud, XC Zhang, ES Becker, RJ McNally, J Margraf
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 28 (1), 83-87, 2014
282014
Make the manikin move: Symbolic approach–avoidance responses affect implicit and explicit face evaluations
ML Woud, J Maas, ES Becker, M Rinck
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 25 (6), 738-744, 2013
282013
Measuring thinspiration and fear of fat indirectly. A matter of approach and avoidance
ML Woud, DJ Anschutz, T Van Strien, ES Becker
Appetite 56 (2), 451-455, 2011
282011
The relationship between drinking motives and alcohol-related interpretation biases
ML Woud, ES Becker, M Rinck, E Salemink
Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 47, 102-110, 2015
222015
Alcohol‐related interpretation bias in alcohol‐dependent patients
ML Woud, S Pawelczak, M Rinck, J Lindenmeyer, P Souren, RW Wiers, ...
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 38 (4), 1151-1159, 2014
222014
Tell me why… The influence of self-involvement on short term smoking behaviour
BCN Müller, RB van Baaren, SM Ritter, ML Woud, H Bergmann, ...
Addictive Behaviors 34 (5), 427-431, 2009
222009
The manipulation of alcohol-related interpretation biases by means of Cognitive Bias Modification–Interpretation (CBM-I)
ML Woud, MHM Hutschemaekers, M Rinck, ES Becker
Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 49, 61-68, 2015
202015
Modification of cognitive biases related to posttraumatic stress: A systematic review and research agenda
ML Woud, J Verwoerd, J Krans
Clinical Psychology Review 54, 81-95, 2017
192017
Effects of approach-avoidance training on implicit and explicit evaluations of neutral, angry, and smiling face stimuli
ML Woud, ES Becker, WG Lange, M Rinck
Psychological Reports 113 (1), 199-216, 2013
152013
A question of control? Examining the role of control conditions in experimental psychopathology using the example of cognitive bias modification research
SE Blackwell, ML Woud, C MacLeod
The Spanish journal of psychology 20, 2017
132017
Catastrophizing misinterpretations predict somatoform-related symptoms and new onsets of somatoform disorders
ML Woud, XC Zhang, ES Becker, A Zlomuzica, J Margraf
Journal of psychosomatic research 81, 31-37, 2016
122016
Induction of implicit evaluation biases by approach–avoidance training: A commentary on Vandenbosch and De Houwer (this issue)
ML Woud, ES Becker, M Rinck
Cognition & Emotion 25 (7), 1331-1338, 2011
122011
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