Thomas Edward Gladwin

University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands 
"Thomas Gladwin"
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Gladwin TE, Halls M, Vink M. (2021) Experimental control of conflict in a predictive visual probe task: Highly reliable bias scores related to anxiety. Acta Psychologica. 218: 103357
Gladwin TE, Vink M. (2020) Spatial anticipatory attentional bias for threat: Reliable individual differences with RT-based online measurement. Consciousness and Cognition. 81: 102930
Gladwin TE, Jewiss M, Banic M, et al. (2020) Associations between performance-based and self-reported prospective memory, impulsivity and encoding support. Acta Psychologica. 206: 103066
Gladwin TE, Möbius M, Becker ES. (2019) Predictive Attentional Bias Modification Induces Stimulus-Evoked Attentional Bias for Threat. Europe's Journal of Psychology. 15: 479-490
Gladwin TE, Banic M, Figner B, et al. (2019) Predictive cues and spatial attentional bias for alcohol: Manipulations of cue-outcome mapping. Addictive Behaviors. 103: 106247
Gladwin TE, Möbius M, Vink M. (2019) Threat-induced impulsivity in Go/Nogo tasks: Relationships to task-relevance of emotional stimuli and virtual proximity. Consciousness and Cognition. 74: 102795
Gladwin TE, Figner B. (2019) Trial-to-trial carryover effects on spatial attentional bias. Acta Psychologica. 196: 51-55
Hashemi MM, Gladwin TE, de Valk NM, et al. (2019) Neural Dynamics of Shooting Decisions and the Switch from Freeze to Fight. Scientific Reports. 9: 4240
Gladwin TE. (2019) Spatial anticipatory attentional bias for alcohol: A preliminary report on reliability and associations with risky drinking Alcoholism and Drug Addiction. 32: 63-70
Gladwin TE, Figner B, Vink M. (2019) Anticipation-specific reliability and trial-to-trial carryover of anticipatory attentional bias for threat Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 31: 750-759
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