Reward Processing in Depression: A Conceptual and Meta-Analytic Review Across fMRI and EEG Studies
American Journal of Psychiatry
Fecha de publicación: 20 june 2018
Autores: Hanna Keren , Ph.D., Georgia O’Callaghan , Ph.D., Pablo Vidal-Ribas , M.Sc., George A. Buzzell , Ph.D., Melissa A. Brotman , Ph.D., Ellen Leibenluft , M.D., Pedro M. Pan , M.D., Ph.D, Liana Meffert , B.Sc., Ariela Kaiser , B.A., Selina Wolke , M.Sc., Daniel S. Pine , M.D., Argyris Stringaris , M.D., Ph.D.
Background: A role for aberrant reward processing in the pathogenesis of depression has long been proposed. However, no review has yet examined its role in depression by integrating conceptual and quantitative findings across functional MRI (fMRI) and EEG methodologies. The authors quantified these effects, with an emphasis on development.