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Neurocognition of depression

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Depression is a combination of affective, cognitive, and behavioural symptoms. Each of these symptom types is probably related to different brain processes that are altered in the depressed state. A further line of investigation is in the exploring of these brain processes. Even if the symptoms presenting in the patients are not able to discriminate between the underlying aetiologies, it is possible that associated neurocognitive deficits do. Depression is a disorder of mood, cognition, and b...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Psychiatry
Role:
Author
Publisher:
Oxford University Press
Host title:
Cognitive Neurology: A Clinical Textbook
Publication date:
2012-03-22
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uuid:683cfcce-27ac-4d53-835c-dbae03bfe2bd
Source identifiers:
504087
Local pid:
pubs:504087
ISBN:
9780198569275

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