Psychotherapy Augmentation through Preconscious Priming

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OBJECTIVE To test the hypothesis that repeated preconscious (masked) priming of personalized positive cognitions could augment cognitive change and facilitate achievement of patients' goals following a therapy. METHODS Twenty social phobic patients (13 women) completed a 36-weeks study beginning by 12 weeks of group behavioral therapy. After the therapy… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fpsyt.2013.00015

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@inproceedings{Borgeat2013PsychotherapyAT, title={Psychotherapy Augmentation through Preconscious Priming}, author={François Borgeat and Kieron Philip O’Connor and Danielle Amado and Marie-{\`E}ve St-Pierre-Delorme}, booktitle={Front. Psychiatry}, year={2013} }