Anhedonia as a clinical correlate of suicidal thoughts in clinical ketamine trials.

@article{Ballard2017AnhedoniaAA,
  title={Anhedonia as a clinical correlate of suicidal thoughts in clinical ketamine trials.},
  author={Elizabeth D Ballard and Kathleen E. Wills and N{\'i}all Lally and Erica M. Richards and David A. Luckenbaugh and Tessa L Walls and Rezvan Ameli and Mark J. Niciu and Nancy E. Brutsche and Lawrence T Park and Carlos A. Zarate},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2017},
  volume={218},
  pages={
          195-200
        }
}
BACKGROUND Identifying clinical correlates associated with reduced suicidal ideation may highlight new avenues for the treatment of suicidal thoughts. Anhedonia occurs across psychiatric diagnoses and has been associated with specific neural circuits in response to rapid-acting treatments, such as ketamine. This analysis sought to evaluate whether reductions in suicidal ideation after ketamine administration were related to reduced levels of anhedonia, independent of depressive symptoms… CONTINUE READING
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