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Information Seeking on the Horizons Task Does Not Predict Anxious Symptomatology

      Excessive information seeking, or exploratory behavior to minimize the uncertainty of unknown options, is a feature of anxiety disorders. The horizons task (Wilson et al. 2014) is a popular task for measuring information-seeking behavior, recently used to identify under-exploration in psychosis (Waltz et al. 2020). The horizons task has not yet been evaluated as a tool for measuring information seeking behavior in anxious individuals.
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