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Cognitive Training in Young Adults with Depression

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Computerized Cognitive Training in Young Adults With Depression

The purpose of the study is to examine the benefits and mechanism of action of computerized cognitive training (CCT) on mood, neuropsychological deficits, everyday functioning, and brain activity among young adults with a range of depressive symptoms.

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Computerized Cognitive Training

Participants will complete 8 weeks of computerized cognitive training through the Peak platform on mobile devices.

Control

This group will not receive computerized cognitive training.

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Testing the Mechanism of Action of Computerized Cognitive Training in Young Adults With Depression: Clinical, Cognitive and Neuroimaging Outcomes

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NCT03869463

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