SYMPOSIUM| Volume 87, ISSUE 9, SUPPLEMENT , S63-S64, May 01, 2020

Building Neural Substrate for Cognitive Control: A Neurally Targeted Intervention for Clinically Anxious Preschoolers

      Deficient cognitive control associates with anxiety in early childhood and, thus, represents a logical target for intervention. Thus, a collection of executive function “games” tapping response inhibition, working memory and selective attention were adapted to comprise a novel intervention for anxiety in preschoolers.
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