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Things We Don’t Want to See – Confirmation Bias

Confirmation Bias We’ve all been there: judged the family member with different political opinions, based an argument off of one article you read on Google. Or joined a Facebook group supporting all your beliefs. Or rejected an applicant’s file because they simply didn’t look qualified on paper. There is so much information out there – …

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Why “Always” isn’t Always Good – Generalisation

Generalisation – the Scourge of Generalising We’ve all been there: expected rejection letters from every company after receiving one rejection letter, believed you weren’t worthy of a placement because two schools rejected you, or refused to drive after a car accident. We just don’t want to relive the disappointment… so, we expect it before it …

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How mHealth programmes can treat depression: A randomised controlled trial.

Litvin, Silja & Markus, Maier (2019) TLDR: Mobile interventions work. We developed an EVIDENCE-BASED app called PsycAppsE and trialled it in a 2-arm RCT over 4 weeks. Depression levels were significantly lowered, anxiety levels were lowered. Attrition rates led me to abandon customary mood-tracking and CBT app-delivery and into developing eQuoo. It’s still live on …

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