Editorial: Exemplifying a Cognitive Science −Driven Approach to Intervention Innovation: Targeting Face Emotion Labeling to Reduce Anger-Proneness in Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder

Disruptive mood dysregulation disorder (DMDD) is a condition in which children or adolescents experience chronically irritable or angry mood. These feelings typically manifest through frequent and intense temper outbursts that can be verbal (eg, yelling) or physical (eg, hitting). These symptoms carry a personal cost, affecting family life, peer relationships, and school functioning. Yet, evidence-based treatment options can be difficult to access. A recent therapeutic solution —Cognitive Bias Modification (CBM)—lies in targeting neurocognitive mechanisms known to maintain and contribute to irritability. In brief, CBM draws on relevant information-processing accounts of the phenotypic condition of interest, and uses repeated reinforcement learning across trials to enco urage the habitual adoption of adaptive response styles to counter maladaptive ones. Because CBM depends on a repetition of trials that are similar in structure (but that vary in content), this means that they can be more amenable to remote delivery through digital applications, directly speaking to issues around accessibility. The therapeutic potential of CBM interventions—many targeting attention patterns or interpretational style—has been evaluated across diverse psychiatric conditions (anxiety and depression,1 posttraumatic stress disorder,2 eating disorders,3 addictions,4 psychosis5) as well as other medical and developmental problems in which emotional symptoms with disruptions in ...
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Hey everyone as always thanks in advance for all the guidance. Are many of you guys lining up the level you are targeting and then going significantly caudad as suggested by SIS to target the MBB better? Any tips on how to do this faster?
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