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“Stop and think” metacognitive training shows promise for improving emotion regulation in depressed patients

According to new research published in Behavioral Research and Therapy. While the emotional toll of major depressive disorder is well known, the condition is also associated with various cognitive deficits, including problems with memory, processing speed, attention, and executive functioning. Previous research has indicated that improving cognitive function can improve the severity of depressive symptoms. …

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“Stop and think” metacognitive training shows promise for improving emotion regulation in depressed patients

According to new research published in Behavioral Research and Therapy. While the emotional toll of major depressive disorder is well known, the condition is also associated with various cognitive deficits, including problems with memory, processing speed, attention, and executive functioning. Previous research has indicated that improving cognitive function can improve the severity of depressive symptoms. …

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