Jonathan Dourish

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Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is most commonly used to treat severe or medicationresistant depression, although it can also be beneficial in mania and catatonia. ECT induces a generalized, tonic–clonic epileptic seizure, yet despite being first described in 1938 the exact mechanism of action remains elusive. For almost 30 years it was performed without an(More)
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