Affective priming in major depressive disorder

  title={Affective priming in major depressive disorder},
  author={Joelle LeMoult and Kathleen Lira Yoon and Jutta Joormann},
  booktitle={Front. Integr. Neurosci.},
Research on cognitive biases in depression has provided considerable evidence for the impact of emotion on cognition. Individuals with depression tend to preferentially process mood-congruent material and to show deficits in the processing of positive material leading to biases in attention, memory, and judgments. More research is needed, however, to fully understand which cognitive processes are affected. The current study further examines the impact of emotion on cognition using a priming… CONTINUE READING
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