Effects of eye-movement desensitization versus no treatment on repeated measures of fear of spiders

Description

Multiple measures of fear of spiders were acquired during in vivo tests once before and several times after 7 subjects were exposed to an experimental rendition of eye-movement desensitization. The pre- and posttreatment measures were compared with corresponding measures acquired from 7 other subjects once before and several times after a concurrent no-treatment interval. There was no evidence from the in vivo tests that eye-movement desensitization affected fear of spiders.

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Journal

Language

English

Author(s)

Larry W. Bates
F. Dudley McGlynn
Robert W. Montgomery
Tom Mattke

Original Work Citation

Bates, L. W., McGlynn, F., Montgomery, R. W., & Mattke, T. (1996, November/December). Effects of eye-movement desensitization versus no treatment on repeated measures of fear of spiders. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 10(6), 555-569. doi:10.1016/S0887-6185(96)00030-8

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Citation

“Effects of eye-movement desensitization versus no treatment on repeated measures of fear of spiders,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed September 30, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/16086.

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