Mood Mint aims to train users in skills to help users boost their mood and deal with stress and anxiety. Based on a form of cognitive therapy, Cognitive Bias Modification, Mood Mint is intended to teach users how to change their usual patterns of attending to their environment. It provides a series of exercises to train users to pay less attention to negative or threatening information and more attention to positive or uplifting information. Exercises include positive word searches and breathing exercises.


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Credibility

Overall Score: 1.80/5.00

Total score: 5/14

subscores
Basis of research: 0/3
Source of funding for the research: 0/2
Specificity of proposed intervention: 2/3
Number of consumer ratings: 1/3
Product advisory support:  0/1
Software support:  2/2

date of rating: June 2016


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User Experience

Objective Quality Score: 4.37/5.00

Subscale scores:
Engagement: 4.70
Functionality: 4.63
Aesthetics: 4.50
Information: 3.65

Subjective quality score: 3.75

Perceived impact score: 2.67

Rating date: August 2016
Rated by: Queensland University

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Available for: iOS 8.1 or later
Company: Mental Mint
Classification: Cognitive Behavioral Principles
Targeted conditions: Stress & Anxiety
Target audience: Not Specified
Designed to be used in conjunction with a healthcare provider: No
Where to get it: iTunes
Cost: $2.99