Can Memory Bias be Modified? The Effects of an Explicit Cued-Recall Training in Two Independent Samples

@article{Vrijsen2013CanMB,
  title={Can Memory Bias be Modified? The Effects of an Explicit Cued-Recall Training in Two Independent Samples},
  author={Janna N Vrijsen and Eni S. Becker and Mike Rinck and Iris I. H. van Oostrom and Anne E. M. Speckens and Anson J. Whitmer and Ian H. Gotlib},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={38},
  pages={217-225}
}
Cognitive bias modification (CBM) has been found to be effective in modifying information-processing biases and in reducing emotional reactivity to stress. Although modification of attention and interpretation biases has frequently been studied, it is not clear whether memory bias can be manipulated through direct training of emotional recall. In two studies (in undergraduate students and in a community sample), memory bias for emotional verbal stimuli was trained with cued recall of either… CONTINUE READING

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