Chronotype and emotion processing: A pilot study testing timing of online cognitive bias modification training.

This was a pilot study that tested whether the effectiveness of Cognitive Bias Modification (CBM) for facial emotion processing was improved when delivered at a time-of-day that was synchronised to chronotype. Healthy young adults (n = 173, aged 18-25 years) with an early or late chronotype completed one online session of CBM training in either the morning (06:00hrs-10:00hrs) or evening (18:00hrs–22:00hrs). Recruitment was via Prolific - an online recruitment platform - and the data was collected using Gorilla software.

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Creator(s) Charlotte Crisp, Mohini Howlander, Emily Mooney, Joel Stoddard, Ian Penton-Voak
Publication date 19 Jun 2024
Language eng
Publisher University of Bristol
Licence Non-Commercial Government Licence for public sector information
DOI 10.5523/bris.1p8g48bwqgio52g7yb5a28g9xc
Citation Charlotte Crisp, Mohini Howlander, Emily Mooney, Joel Stoddard, Ian Penton-Voak (2024): Chronotype and emotion processing: A pilot study testing timing of online cognitive bias modification training.. https://doi.org/10.5523/bris.1p8g48bwqgio52g7yb5a28g9xc
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