48. A Computational Approach to Understanding Motivational Symptoms in Depression

      Motivational symptoms of depression are debilitating and associated with poor clinical outcome, but the mechanisms underlying them are poorly understood. This talk will present data examining how a variety of cognitive components of reward processing (including reinforcement learning, valuation, willingness to engage in effort, exploration and value-based choice) relate to depressive symptoms, using a computational approach.
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