Brain activity may help predict success of CBT in depression

Brain activity may help predict success of CBT in depression


Only 45% of patients with major depressive disorder find benefit from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). A neuroimaging study reveals those who respond to CBT have greater neural activity in the right striatum and right amygdala pretreatment than those who find little benefit from the treatment. The findings could serve as a biomarker to discover who will respond to CBT.
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Author: neurosciencenews.com
Post date: 2019-08-01 21:01:50
Category: cognitive
Tag: benefit
Post ID: 8863

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