Cognitive impairment and fMRI in major depression

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Cognitive impairment in depression may be one of the more practically important aspects of the illness, responsible for much of its morbidity. It also is at the heart of its psychopathology, may contribute to strategies of treatment, and may give us a more easily quantifiable measure of impaired function to correlate with brain activity. Functional magnetic… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF03033237

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