Cognitive correlates of mental health in adolescence: a network analysis approach

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Selective emotional information processing biases for negative and positive material are important for mental health. While the combined cognitive bias hypothesis (CCBH) suggests that distinct patterns of connectivity among attention, interpretation, and memory biases, contribute to psychopathology, little is known about the interrelationships amongst cognitive biases in relation to mental health....

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