Jeffrey N. Motter

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OBJECTIVE Depression is common, frequently resistant to antidepressant treatment, and associated with impairments in cognition and everyday functioning. Computerized cognitive training (CCT) paradigms offer potential to improve cognition, mood and everyday functioning, but their effectiveness is not well established. The goal of this article was to conduct(More)
The explosive growth of mobile technologies combined with the rapid rise of aging populations fearful of their risk for Alzheimer's disease has led to a number of marketed products aimed at enhancing cognitive health. However, an increasing number of product claims that are not substantiated has led regulatory agencies, such as the Federal Trade Commission(More)
Citation: Motter JN, Devanand DP, Doraiswamy PM and Sneed JR (2015) Computerized cognitive training for major depressive disorder: what's next? Front. Psychiatry 6:137. Antidepressant non-Response in Late-Life Depression Major depressive disorder (MDD) affects 8–25% of adults aged 60 years and older and is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in this(More)
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