Deconstructing Mechanisms of Motivational Impairment Transdiagnostically

      Motivation is a multifaceted construct that includes processes related to experiencing pleasure, anticipating pleasure, effort allocation, and the generation of action plans, each associated with dissociable neural systems. We used data from four studies to examine the relative associations to symptom domains within across diagnostic categories.
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