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Is cognitive bias modification training truly beneficial for adolescents?

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Cognitive Bias Modification (CBM) has been shown to change interpretation biases commonly associated with anxiety and depression and may help ameliorate symptoms of these disorders. However, its evidence base for adolescents is scarce. Previous results have been hard to interpret because of methodological issues. In particular, many studies have used negative bias training as the control condition. This would tend to inflate any apparent benefits of CBM compared to a neutral control. Most studies also only examined the effects of a single training session and lacked follow‐up assessment or ecologically valid outcome measures.
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Keywords: Cognitive Bias Modification; adolescence; anxiety; depression; interpretation; stress reactivity

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2015

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