Attentional bias generally occurs when a person does not consider or examine all possible outcomes when making a decision or judgment. This can occur when comparing and contrasting different possibilities. For example, someone with depression or anxiety may view a decision differently due to their current state of mind and personal experiences. An individual with anxiety may not consider any option that would take him or her out of ...
A discussion regarding anxiety and depression and how either diagnosis can influence attentional and interpretive bias. 240 words, 1 reference.
Depression and Anxiety and Memory
Please help me to understand the effects of mood on memory and learning. Consider how anxiety or depression can influence attention and interpretive bias, with some examples.View Full Posting Details