Pavlovian Biases in Depression: From Choice to Thought and Therapy

      Maladaptive interactions between affect, thoughts and behaviour have been documented across diagnostic categories. Formal models of how affect, thoughts and choice interact have suggested a role for the subgenual cingulate cortex in mediating the influence of affect on the choice of thoughts, and on the response to psychotherapy.
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