• youth
  • We used a dot-probe paradigm to examine attention bias toward threat (i.e., angry) and happy face stimuli in severe mood dysregulation (SMD) versus healthy comparison (HC) youth. (wiley.com)
  • degree of threat bias did not differ between SMD youth with and without co-occurring anxiety disorders or depression. (wiley.com)
  • Youth with mood disorders are not yet widely recognized as a group at increased risk for excessive and early heart disease," Goldstein said in a news release . (cardiovascularbusiness.com)