Effects of an Experimentally Induced Inflammatory Stimulus on Motivational Behavior in Remitted Depressed Patients

      Acute inflammation is associated with sickness behavior characterized by reduced motivation to pleasurable activities in humans. We investigated the effect of an experimentally induced inflammatory stimulus on motivational reward in people who remitted from depression.
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