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Published on 21.02.19 in Vol 6, No 2 (2019): February

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Works citing "Believing Is Seeing: A Proof-of-Concept Semiexperimental Study on Using Mobile Virtual Reality to Boost the Effects of Interpretation Bias Modification for Anxiety"

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  1. Zhang M, Ying J, Song G, Fung DSS, Smith H. Web-Based Cognitive Bias Modification Interventions for Psychiatric Disorders: Scoping Review. JMIR Mental Health 2019;6(10):e11841
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  2. Schleider JL, Mullarkey MC, Weisz JR. Virtual Reality and Web-Based Growth Mindset Interventions for Adolescent Depression: Protocol for a Three-Arm Randomized Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2019;8(7):e13368
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  3. Krans J, Bosmans G, Salemink E, De Raedt R. Cognitive Bias Modification of Expectancies (CBM-E): Effects on Interpretation Bias and Autobiographical Memory, and Relations with Social and Attachment Anxiety. Cognitive Therapy and Research 2019;43(6):1028
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  4. Rose V, Stewart I, Jenkins KG, Tabbaa L, Ang CS, Matsangidou M. Bringing the outside in: The feasibility of virtual reality with people with dementia in an inpatient psychiatric care setting. Dementia 2019;:147130121986803
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  5. Cardi V, Turton R, Brazil C, Harrison A, Rowlands K, Treasure J, Hirsch C. Training Rejection Interpretation in Eating disordeRs (TRIER): Preliminary Findings of a Feasibility Study in Adolescents with Anorexia Nervosa. Cognitive Therapy and Research 2019;43(6):1109
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