i-CBM and OGM

Published: 3 March 2023| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/mth8s8s6ww.2
daniel mandelbaum


Data of autobiographical memory specificity before and after on session of imagery cognitive bias modification (i-CBM). The culmen of the dependent variable is “specificity”, in which there is the score of each memory retrieved on a scale from 1 (general) to 9 (specific). This score is the average score of the scores given by two independent raters. The column “Memory_number” refers to which number of cue word the memory retrieved in response to. Every participant responded to 16 cue word in sum, the responses that are missing are responses in which the disagreement between the two raters exceeded 4 point or that the response was coded as a “omit”. The column “ID” refers to the number of the subject. The column “Group” refers to the group of the subject whether he went to one session of positive i-CBM or one session of negative i-CBM. The column “Time refers to whether the cue word the memory was retrieved in response to was shown before the i-CBM or After. Every participant had 8 cue words before the i-CBM and 8 after. Based on this data we find a significant interaction effect between time and group on specificity. We also found in planned comparisons that the positive group specificity was significantly increased after the i-CBM and the negative group specificity was significantly decreased



Hebrew University of Jerusalem


Imagination, Cognitive Bias, Memory Bias, Episodic Memory