Are Metacognitive Biases in Anxious-Depression Ameliorated Following Successful Depression Treatment? A Longitudinal, Observational Study

      Metacognition is the ability to monitor and appraise one’s cognitive experiences. Various studies have found metacognitive impairments are linked to anxious-depression (A-D) cross-sectionally, most commonly taking the form of reduced confidence in performance (‘metacognitive bias’). In this longitudinal study, we investigated if this metacognitive bias is resolved following successful treatment.
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