Dr. Mogoase, Cristina (d.o.b. 06/11/1985)
Project-related professional experience
Dr. Mogoase is a young researcher in Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy at BBU. Her doctoral thesis concerned cognitive biases in emotional and psychosomatic disorders, with a special focus on modifying cognitive bias through training. Dr. Mogoase is currently involved in two ongoing projects that directly relate to the current proposal: one examines an improved intervention protocol for depression (PN-II-ID PCE: Darwinian Psychotherapy: A clinical trial for an evolutionary-driven type of intervention for depression), and the other one focuses on integrating cognitive bias modification strategies in online cognitive-behavioral intervention protocols for anxiety (PN-II-PT-PCCA Grant: Effectiveness of an empirically based web platform for anxiety in youths, iDare).
– Mogoase, C., Brăilean, A., & David, D. (2013). Can concreteness training alone reduce depressive symptoms? A randomized pilot study using an Internet-delivered protocol. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 3, 704-712.
– Mogoase, C., Ștefan, S., & David, D. (2013). How do we measure rational and irrational beliefs? The development of Rational and Irrational Beliefs Scale (RAIBS) – A new theory-driven measure. Journal of Cognitive and Behavioral Psychotherapies, 13, 529-546.
– Mogoase, C., Podină, I. R., Sucală, M., & Dobrean, A. (2013). Evaluating the unique contribution of irrational beliefs and negative bias interpretations in predicting child anxiety: Implications for cognitive bias modification interventions. Journal of Cognitive and Behavioral Psychotherapies, 13, 465-475.