Neuropsychological performance in partly remitted unipolar depressive patients: focus on executive functioning

@article{Westheide2007NeuropsychologicalPI,
  title={Neuropsychological performance in partly remitted unipolar depressive patients: focus on executive functioning},
  author={Jens Westheide and Michael Wagner and Boris B. Quednow and Christian Hoppe and D{\'e}irdre Cooper-Mahkorn and Birgitta Strater and Wolfgang Maier and K J Kuhn},
  journal={European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience},
  year={2007},
  volume={257},
  pages={389-395}
}
Only few studies have investigated executive impairment in the euthymic phase of unipolar affective disorders, yielding diverging results. The role of impulsivity/orbitofrontal associated executive functioning in remitted depression has not yet been examined. Partly remitted male out-patients (n = 15) with non-psychotic major depression (MDD) were compared with healthy males (n = 15) on several neuropsychological tests. Executive tasks focussed on orbitofrontal function (Go/No-Go, Iowa Gambling… CONTINUE READING

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