184. Effects of Early and Adult Stress on Symptom Severity and Neurocognitive Function of Major Depression

      Both childhood abuse and stressful life events (SLE) preceding the onset of symptoms have been associated with major depression (MD). However, little is known about how these stressors affect neurocognitive function in MD patients. The present study extends the literature by examining the effects of childhood abuse and SLE previous to the first episode of MD, assessing both mood and neurocognitive symptoms.
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