Matt Field
Matt Field
Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield
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Attentional bias in addictive behaviors: a review of its development, causes, and consequences
M Field, WM Cox
Drug and alcohol dependence 97 (1-2), 1-20, 2008
A meta-analytic investigation of the relationship between attentional bias and subjective craving in substance abuse.
M Field, MR Munafò, IHA Franken
Psychological bulletin 135 (4), 589, 2009
Eye movements to smoking‐related pictures in smokers: relationship between attentional biases and implicit and explicit measures of stimulus valence
K Mogg, BP Bradley, M Field, J De Houwer
Addiction 98 (6), 825-836, 2003
Experimental manipulation of attentional bias increases the motivation to drink alcohol
M Field, B Eastwood
Psychopharmacology 183, 350-357, 2005
Attentional biases for alcohol cues in heavy and light social drinkers: the roles of initial orienting and maintained attention
M Field, K Mogg, J Zetteler, BP Bradley
Psychopharmacology 176, 88-93, 2004
Delay discounting and the alcohol Stroop in heavy drinking adolescents
M Field, P Christiansen, J Cole, A Goudie
Addiction 102 (4), 579-586, 2007
Acute alcohol effects on inhibitory control and implicit cognition: implications for loss of control over drinking
M Field, RW Wiers, P Christiansen, MT Fillmore, JC Verster
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 34 (8), 1346-1352, 2010
Attentional bias in drug dependence: vigilance for cigarette-related cues in smokers.
BP Bradley, K Mogg, T Wright, M Field
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 17 (1), 66, 2003
Attentional and approach biases for smoking cues in smokers: an investigation of competing theoretical views of addiction
K Mogg, M Field, BP Bradley
Psychopharmacology 180, 333-341, 2005
Inhibitory control training for appetitive behaviour change: A meta-analytic investigation of mechanisms of action and moderators of effectiveness
A Jones, LCG Di Lemma, E Robinson, P Christiansen, S Nolan, ...
Appetite 97, 16-28, 2016
Multiple behavioural impulsivity tasks predict prospective alcohol involvement in adolescents
G Fernie, M Peeters, MJ Gullo, P Christiansen, JC Cole, H Sumnall, ...
Addiction 108 (11), 1916-1923, 2013
Rapid approach responses to alcohol cues in heavy drinkers
M Field, A Kiernan, B Eastwood, R Child
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 39 (3), 209-218, 2008
Delay discounting and the behavioural economics of cigarette purchases in smokers: the effects of nicotine deprivation
M Field, M Santarcangelo, H Sumnall, A Goudie, J Cole
Psychopharmacology 186, 255-263, 2006
Eye movements to smoking-related cues: effects of nicotine deprivation
M Field, K Mogg, BP Bradley
Psychopharmacology 173, 116-123, 2004
Experimental manipulation of attentional biases in heavy drinkers: do the effects generalise?
M Field, T Duka, B Eastwood, R Child, M Santarcangelo, M Gayton
Psychopharmacology 192, 593-608, 2007
Risk-taking but not response inhibition or delay discounting predict alcohol consumption in social drinkers
G Fernie, JC Cole, AJ Goudie, M Field
Drug and alcohol dependence 112 (1-2), 54-61, 2010
Attentional and evaluative biases for smoking cues in nicotine dependence: component processes of biases in visual orienting
B Bradley, M Field, K Mogg, J De Houwer
Behavioural pharmacology 15 (1), 29-36, 2004
Effects of a low dose of alcohol on cognitive biases and craving in heavy drinkers
T Schoenmakers, RW Wiers, M Field
Psychopharmacology 197, 169-178, 2008
The role of attentional bias in obesity and addiction.
M Field, J Werthmann, I Franken, W Hofmann, L Hogarth, A Roefs
Health Psychology 35 (8), 767, 2016
A transdiagnostic dimensional approach towards a neuropsychological assessment for addiction: an international Delphi consensus study
M Yücel, E Oldenhof, SH Ahmed, D Belin, J Billieux, H Bowden‐Jones, ...
Addiction 114 (6), 1095-1109, 2019
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