«ATTENTIONAL BIAS IN PATIENTS WITH IMPLANTABLE CARDIOVERTER DEFIBRILLATORS: EXAMINING MECHANISMS OF HYPERVIGILENCE AND ANXIETY By NEHA K. DIXIT A ...»
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Neha Dixit graduated from the Mount Holyoke College with a bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience and Behavior. She then spent 2 years working as a research associate at the National Institutes of Mental Health, in the Clinical Brain Disorders Branch. Ms. Dixit earned a masters degree in clinical and health psychology at the University of Florida in 2003 and then began her doctoral studies in the same program. She concluded her doctoral training with an internship at the James A. Haley Veteran’s Medical Center in Tampa, FL. After internship, Ms.