A Pilot Study Evaluating "Dojo," a Videogame Intervention for Youths with Externalizing and Anxiety Problems.

@article{Schuurmans2015APS,
  title={A Pilot Study Evaluating "Dojo," a Videogame Intervention for Youths with Externalizing and Anxiety Problems.},
  author={Angela A T Schuurmans and Karin S. Nijhof and Ignace P. R. Vermaes and Rutger C. M. E. Engels and Isabela Granic},
  journal={Games for health journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={4 5},
  pages={401-8}
}
OBJECTIVE Externalizing problems, which are the main reason for youth referrals to mental health agencies, are highly persistent and predict a range of negative outcomes. Youths with externalizing problems are also frequently comorbid with anxiety. Among the most widely recognized evidence-based treatments is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Although CBT principles seem to be sound, effect sizes remain moderate, suggesting improvements could be made to this conventional treatment approach… CONTINUE READING
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