Adolescent depression: stress and reward dysfunction.

@article{Auerbach2014AdolescentDS,
  title={Adolescent depression: stress and reward dysfunction.},
  author={Randy P Auerbach and Roee Admon and Diego A. Pizzagalli},
  journal={Harvard review of psychiatry},
  year={2014},
  volume={22 3},
  pages={
          139-48
        }
}
LEARNING OBJECTIVES After participating in this educational activity, the physician should be better able to 1. Evaluate the relationship between reward processes, stress, and depression. 2. Assess the characteristics of the three etiological models of stress and reward processes. 3. Identify the biological basis for stress and reward processes. Adolescence is a peak period for the onset of depression, and it is also a time marked by substantial stress as well as neural development within the… CONTINUE READING

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