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Monday, May 9, 2016

Brain Scan finds "fuzzy thinking" in bipolar and depressed people

The big deal here is not that scientists find physical evidence of depression or being bipolar, but that they are just now starting to think of bipolar and depression as a spectrum, instead of neat little boxes.

From MedicalNewsToday:
Ryan notes that as scientists are increasingly moving away from this perception of psychiatric disorders as discrete conditions, the National Institute of Mental Health has now given this area of research added focus under the name Research Domain Criteria (RDoC).

Source
Shared dimensions of performance and activation dysfunction in cognitive control in females with mood disorders, Kelly A. Ryan, et al., Brain, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/brain/awv070, published online 28 March 2015, abstract.
Article on MedicalNewsToday.

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