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    Warren Mansell, David M. Clark, Anke Ehlers & Yi-Ping Chen (1999). Social Anxiety and Attention Away From Emotional Faces. Cognition and Emotion 13 (6):673-690.
  2. Richard Stott, Warren Mansell, Paul Salkovskis, Anna Lavender & Sam Cartwright-Hatton (2010). Oxford Guide to Metaphors in Cbt: Building Cognitive Bridges. Oxford University Press Uk.
    The business of cognitive therapy is to transform meanings. What better way to achieve this than through a metaphor? Metaphors straddle two different domains at once, providing a conceptual bridge from a problematic interpretation to a fresh new perspective that can cast one's experiences in a new light. Even the simplest metaphor can be used again and again with different clients, yet still achieve the desired effect. This book is the first to show just how metaphors can be used productively (...)
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    Warren Mansell (2011). Control of Perception Should Be Operationalized as a Fundamental Property of the Nervous System. Topics in Cognitive Science 3 (2):257-261.
    This commentary proposes that “cognitive control” is neither componential nor emergent, but a fundamental feature of behavior. The term “control” requires an operational definition. This is best provided by the negative feedback loop that utilizes behavior to control perception; it does not control behavior per se. In order to model complex cognitive control, Perceptual Control Theory proposes that loops are organized into a dissociable hierarchical network (PCT; Powers, Clark, & McFarland, 1960; Powers, 1973a, 2008). In this way, behavior is dynamically (...)
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    Warren Mansell (2000). Conscious Appraisal and the Modification of Automatic Processes in Anxiety. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy 28 (2):99-120.
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    Rebecca E. Kelly, Warren Mansell, Vaneeta Sadhnani & Alex M. Wood (2012). Positive and Negative Appraisals of the Consequences of Activated States Uniquely Relate to Symptoms of Hypomania and Depression. Cognition and Emotion 26 (5):899-906.