COMPUTATIONAL MODELING
Cameron O’Neill

Cameron O’Neill

Modeling reveals slower learning from positive but not negative outcomes in depression Cameron A. O’Neill McLean Hospital Scientific Abstract Background. Anhedonic depression may reflect dopaminergic abnormalities (Pizzagalli, 2014), suggesting impairments in...

Roger Strong

Roger Strong

Using simulation to guide experimental design: selecting sample size, study duration, and exclusion criteria Roger Strong, PhD McLean Hospital Scientific Abstract Background: Researchers face many decisions when designing experiments. How many participants should be...

Andrea Cataldo

Andrea Cataldo

Memory advantage for positive stimuli is compromised in depression Andrea Cataldo, PhD McLean Hospital Scientific Abstract Background: Healthy adults show better memory for low-arousing positive versus negative stimuli, but depression compromises this positive memory...

Arkadiy Maksimovskiy

Arkadiy Maksimovskiy

Decomposing Positive Memory Retrieval in Depression Arkadiy Maksimovskiy, PhD McLean Hospital Scientific Abstract   Background: Depression has been associated with poor memory for positive material. We attempted to replicate this result and examine whether it...

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