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  1. Elena Constantinou, Maaike Van Den Houte, Katleen Bogaerts, Ilse Van Diest & Omer Van den Bergh (2014). Can Words Heal? Using Affect Labeling to Reduce the Effects of Unpleasant Cues on Symptom Reporting. Frontiers in Psychology 5.
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    Erik Ceunen, Johan W. S. Vlaeyen & Ilse Van Diest (2016). On the Origin of Interoception. Frontiers in Psychology 7.
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  3. K. Stegen, I. Van Diest, K. P. Van de Woestijne & O. Van den Bergh (2001). Is There an Attentional Bias to Internal Stimuli in Persons with Negative Affect. Cognition Emotion 15:813-29.
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    S. Devriese, W. Winters, I. van Diest & O. van den Bergh (2004). Contingency Awareness in a Symptom Learning Paradigm: Necessary but Not Sufficient? Consciousness and Cognition 13 (3):439-452.
    In previous studies, we found that bodily symptoms can be learned in a differential conditioning paradigm, using odors as conditioned stimuli and CO2-enriched air as unconditioned stimulus . However, this only occurred when the odor CS had a negative valence , and tended to be more pronounced in persons scoring high for Negative Affectivity . This paper considers the necessity and/or sufficiency of awareness of the CS–US contingency in three studies using this paradigm. The relation between contingency awareness and the (...)
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  5. Meike Pappens, Evelien Vandenbossche, Omer Van den Bergh & Ilse Van Diest (2015). Interoceptive Fear Learning to Mild Breathlessness as a Laboratory Model for Unexpected Panic Attacks. Frontiers in Psychology 6.
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