ACPNS: Clinical Psychology, Neuropsychology and Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy practice.

Cognitive Bias Modification (CBM) in Social Anxiety

  • Sep 22 2015
  • Dr Sirous mobini

Cognitive-behavioural models propose that negative self-appraisals in social situations influence the development and maitenance of social anxiety diosrders. Click here to read Dr Mobini's research on CBM-I

Click here to read Dr Mobini's article on clinical implications of CBM

Click here to read Dr Mobini and his student's, Emma Butler, research on computerised CBT and CBM in Asutralia

Click here to read Dr Mobini's and his colleagues CBM research from Iran . 

Cogntive Bias Modification  for interpretative biases (CBM-I) aims to correct negative interpretations of ambiguous social situations. Research shows that CBM-I reduces negative interpretation biases and anxiety in social  anxiety..