The Role of Functional Neuroimaging in the Neuropsychology of Depression

Depressed individuals show impaired performance in tests of attention and concentration

Mario Liotti

2003

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  • The Role of Functional Neuroimaging in the Neuropsychology of Depression
  • Depressed individuals show impaired performance in tests of attention and concentration
  • It will be argued that this neocortical region is a crucial convergence zone, being the substrate of sustained attention to the external environment, and the main target of limbic-cortical influences during changes in mood state across health and disease

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