Regional brain asymmetries in major depression with or without an anxiety disorder: a quantitative electroencephalographic study.


Studies of brain activity in affective disorders need to distinguish between effects of depression and anxiety because of the substantial comorbidity of these disorders. Based on a model of asymmetric hemispheric activity in depression and anxiety, it was predicted that anxious and nonanxious depressed patients would differ on electroencephalographic (EEG… (More)


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