The neural correlates of perceived energy levels in older adults with late-life depression

  title={The neural correlates of perceived energy levels in older adults with late-life depression},
  author={C. L. Lam and H. Liu and Chih-Mao Huang and Y. Wai and Shwu-Hua Lee and J. Yiend and Chemin Lin and T. M. Lee},
  journal={Brain Imaging and Behavior},
  pages={1397 - 1405}
  • C. L. Lam, H. Liu, +5 authors T. M. Lee
  • Published 2018
  • Medicine
  • Brain Imaging and Behavior
  • Late-life depression is common among older adults. Although white-matter abnormality is highly implicated, the extent to which the corticospinal tract is associated with the pathophysiology of late-life depression is unclear. The current study aims to investigate the white-matter structural integrity of the corticospinal tract and determine its cognitive and functional correlates in older adults with late-life depression. Twenty-eight older adults with clinical depression and 23 healthy age… CONTINUE READING
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