Masayo Sawa

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Affective symptoms, such as depression and apathy, and cognitive dysfunction, such as psychomotor slowness, are known to have negative impacts on the quality of life (QOL) of patients with mental and physical diseases. However, the relationships among depressive symptoms, apathy, psychomotor slowness, and QOL in a non-clinical population are unclear. The(More)
Only a few studies have examined the relationships between affective symptoms, cognitive function (e.g. verbal fluency), quality of life (QOL), and brain activation in a nonclinical population. The aim of the present study was to assess these relationships and examine the underlying cortical mechanisms in a nonclinical population. Fifty-two healthy male(More)
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