DOES DEPRESSION MAKE YOU A BAD DECISION MAKER?

In addition to changes in mood, people suffering from depression experience alterations in cognitive functions as well. In line with this thinking, in the present study, we observed that subjects who experienced depression, determined by the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale, made significantly worse decisions on the Melbourne Decision Making test (p<0.05) than subjects who were not depressed.

 
 
 
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