Sleep Problems as a Transdiagnostic Hub Bridging Impaired Attention Control, Generalized Anxiety, and Depression.

@article{Coussement2021SleepPA,
  title={Sleep Problems as a Transdiagnostic Hub Bridging Impaired Attention Control, Generalized Anxiety, and Depression.},
  author={Charlotte Coussement and Alexandre Heeren},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2021}
}
BACKGROUND Major Depression Disorder (MDD) and Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) often co-occur, but uncertainty remains regarding the neurocognitive mechanisms linked to this co-occurrence. In this study, we applied network analytic methods to characterize the associations of the attention control (AC) components, as assessed using laboratory-based measurement tools, with MDD and GAD symptoms. Of critical interest was identifying whether AC components were primarily associated with symptoms… Expand

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