LEARNING
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...

Marta Migó

Marta Migó

Neural Correlates of Learning Accommodation and Consolidation in Generalized Anxiety Disorder Marta Migó, BA Massachusetts General Hospital Scientific Abstract Background: Anxiety can interfere with attention and working memory, which can affect learning. However,...

Megan Thompson

Megan Thompson

Coordination of Neural Oscillations in Patients with Hippocampal Intracranial Electrodes in Relation to Sleep-Dependent Memory Consolidation Megan Thompson, PhD Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital Scientific Abstract   Background:...

Ryan Bottary

Ryan Bottary

Similar Patterns of Overnight Motor Sequence Transition Speed Improvement Observed in Schizophrenia Patients and Healthy Controls Ryan Bottary, MA Massachusetts General Hospital Scientific Abstract Background: In healthy adults, enhanced overnight motor sequencing...

Bailey Driscoll

Bailey Driscoll

Rapid Offline Memory Consolidation During Motor Sequence Learning in Healthy Adults and Patients with Schizophrenia Bailey Driscoll, BSc Massachusetts General Hospital Scientific Abstract Background: Schizophrenia (SZ) is a neurodevelopmental disorder often...

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...

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