How threatening information invades the working memory of anxious people


Anxious people tend to perceive their world in a more threatening way. Now, a team of neuroscientists have shed new light on why the brains of anxious individuals tend to misallocate memory resources to process threat-related information. “Our findings may help explain the reasons why people continue to worry, ruminate, stay vigilant, or feel distressed […]

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