This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction, What Are We Talking about?, Why Assess Automatic Associations?, A Brief Summary of Findings in Adults, How to Assess Automatic Associations?, Conclusions, References.

Affective priming paradigm (APP), Assessing automatic associations, Assessment of fear-related automatic associations in children and adolescents, Automatic association, Distinguishing between automatic and controlled processes, Extrinsic affective Simon task (EAST), Indirect (RT-based) measures of automatic associations - informative in context of child and adolescent anxiety disorders, Indirect measures of automatic associations, measures referred as, Using EAST in child and adolescents anxiety, Varieties of reaction time (RT)
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Huijding, J, Wiers, R.W, & Field, A.P. (2010). The assessment of fear-related automatic associations in children and adolescents. doi:10.1002/9780470661468.ch7