The influence of depression on deactivation and neural correlates during mental arithmetic tasks

@article{Feng2013TheIO,
  title={The influence of depression on deactivation and neural correlates during mental arithmetic tasks},
  author={Shigang Feng and Wei Wang and Liang Jeff Chen and Hongyu Fan and Ajith Abraham and Jianlin Wu},
  journal={2013 13th International Conference on Intellient Systems Design and Applications},
  year={2013},
  pages={359-363}
}
Patients of depression often have lower performance in perception, planning, and execution in cognition, compared to healthy controls. Depression has been reported to be associated with functional alterations in the resting state connectivity in the brain. This study investigates whether there are differences in neural dynamics measured by mental arithmetic tasks (MAT) between depressed and healthy subjects. To this end, this study employed an ROI-based functional connectivity analysis, within… CONTINUE READING

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