Overview

Science Summary

Thought Challenger uses established techniques of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (C.B.T.) to help users identify negative thinking patterns, and to challenge them by creating more constructive and realistic thoughts in their place.

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  2. National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE). Depression and anxiety - computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (CCBT) (2006). http://www.nice.org.uk/
Self Regulation Skills
Positivity-Negativity Bias

Resilience

Social Capacity

Feeling Skills
Stress Level

Anxiety Level

Depressed Mood Level

Thinking Skills
Sustained Attention

Flexibility

Controlled Attention

Inhibition

Executive Function

Processing Speed

Recall Memory

Working Memory

Motor Coordination