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Frontal Brain Asymmetry in Depression with Comorbid Anxiety: A Neuropsychological Investigation
(American Psychological Association, 2012-08)
The approach-withdrawal model posits that depression and anxiety are associated with a relative right asymmetry in frontal brain activity. Most studies have tested this model using measures of cortical brain activity such ...
Biomarkers of Threat and Reward Sensitivity Demonstrate Unique Associations with Risk for Psychopathology
(American Psychological Association, 2013-08)
Two emotional/motivational constructs that have been posited to underlie anxiety and depressive disorders are heightened sensitivity to threat and reduced sensitivity to reward, respectively. It is unclear, though, whether ...
Parsing Trait and State Effects of Depression Severity on Neurocognition: Evidence From a 26-Year Longitudinal Study
(American Psychological Association, 2012-11)
Cognitive dysfunction in mood disorders falls along a continuum, such that more severe current depression is associated with greater cognitive impairment. It is not clear whether this association reflects transient state ...
Attention/processing speed prospectively predicts social impairment 18 years later in mood disorders
(Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2013-09)
Cross-sectional studies suggest that cognitive deficits contribute to psychosocial impairment among individuals with mood disorders. However, studies examining whether cognition prospectively predicts psychosocial outcome ...