Enhanced effects of combined cognitive bias modification and computerised cognitive behaviour therapy on social anxiety

@inproceedings{Butler2015EnhancedEO,
  title={Enhanced effects of combined cognitive bias modification and computerised cognitive behaviour therapy on social anxiety},
  author={Emma Butler and Sirous Mobini and Ronald M. Rapee and Bundy Mackintosh and Shirley Reynolds},
  year={2015}
}
AbstractThis study examines whether combined cognitive bias modification for interpretative biases (CBM-I) and computerised cognitive behaviour therapy (C-CBT) can produce enhanced positive effects on interpretation biases and social anxiety. Forty socially anxious students were randomly assigned into two conditions, an intervention group (positive CBM-I + C-CBT) or an active control (neutral CBM-I + C-CBT). At pre-test, participants completed measures of social anxiety, interpretative bias… CONTINUE READING

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