Does cognitive flexibility predict treatment gains in Internet-delivered psychological treatment of social anxiety disorder, depression, or tinnitus?

Stephanie Poysti, Per Carlbring, Filip Hagkvist, Amanda Hebert, Vendela Zetterqvist Westin, Thomas Berger, Robert Johansson, Gerhard Andersson, Erik Flodman & Philip Lindner
Little is known about the individual factors that predict outcomes in Internet-administered psychological treatments. We hypothesized that greater cognitive flexibility (i.e. the ability to simultaneously consider several concepts and tasks and switch effortlessly between them in response to changes in environmental contingencies) would provide a better foundation for learning and employing the cognitive restructuring techniques taught and exercised in therapy, leading to greater treatment gains. Participants in three trials featuring Internet-administered psychological treatments for depression...
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