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Frontal Brain Asymmetry in Depression with Comorbid Anxiety: A Neuropsychological Investigation
(American Psychological Association, 2012-08)
The approach-withdrawal model posits that depression and anxiety are associated with a relative right asymmetry in frontal brain activity. Most studies have tested this model using measures of cortical brain activity such ...
Biomarkers of Threat and Reward Sensitivity Demonstrate Unique Associations with Risk for Psychopathology
(American Psychological Association, 2013-08)
Two emotional/motivational constructs that have been posited to underlie anxiety and depressive disorders are heightened sensitivity to threat and reduced sensitivity to reward, respectively. It is unclear, though, whether ...
Depression is Associated With Sexual Risk Among Men who Have Sex With Men, but is Mediated by Cognitive Escape and Self-Efficacy
(Springer Verlag, 2011-08)
Men who have sex with men (MSM) show high rates of HIV infection, and higher rates of depression than non-MSM. We examined the association between depression and sexual risk among “high risk” MSM. Evidence has been mixed ...