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D-Cycloserine as adjunct to brief computerised CBT for spider fear: Effects on fear, behaviour, and cognitive biases

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Abstract In anxiety disorders, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) improves information-processing biases such as implicit fear evaluations and avoidance tendencies, which predicts treatment response, so they might constitute important treatment targets. This study investigated (i) whether information-processing biases changed following single-session computerised CBT for spider fear, and (ii) whether this effect could be augmented by administration of D-cycloserine (DCS). Spider-fearful indi...

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10.1101/602276

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Kappelmann, N More by this author
Steudte-Schmiedgen, S More by this author
Kaldewaij, R More by this author
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
Medical Sciences Division
Department:
Psychiatry
ORCID:
0000-0001-9108-3144
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Publication date:
2019-04-08
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pubs:991158
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uri:d6de9d03-70be-4a78-bc05-596d5126ceb7
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uuid:d6de9d03-70be-4a78-bc05-596d5126ceb7
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