Neurocognitive predictors of antidepressant clinical response.

@article{Bruder2014NeurocognitivePO,
  title={Neurocognitive predictors of antidepressant clinical response.},
  author={Gerard E. Bruder and Jorge E. Alvarenga and Daniel M. Alschuler and Karen S. Abraham and John G. Keilp and David J. Hellerstein and Jonathan W. Stewart and Patrick J. McGrath},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2014},
  volume={166},
  pages={108-14}
}
BACKGROUND Executive dysfunction and psychomotor slowing in depressed patients have been associated with poor antidepressant clinical response, but little is known about the value of neurocognitive tests for differential prediction of response. METHODS This report presents new findings for 70 depressed patients tested on neurocogntive tests before receiving treatment with a SSRI (escitalopram or citalopram), NDRI (bupropion) or dual mechanism therapy including a serotonergic agent, and for 57… CONTINUE READING
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