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Testing the Neuroscience of Guided Learning in Depression

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Testing the Neuroscience of Guided Learning in Depression

Major depression is a prevalent and impairing illness. To better understand the basic science and treatment of depression, the investigators study the behavioral and brain processes associated with learning in depression and how potential disruptions in learning may be repaired. Understanding different methods that change learning may lead to novel treatments that contribute to recovery in people with depression.

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Behavioral - Standard Learning

Participants will complete repeat sessions of a computer-based learning task, and task performance and symptoms will be assessed.

Behavioral - Guided Learning: Instructed statistics

Participants will complete repeat sessions of a computer-based learning task, and task performance and symptoms will be assessed.

Behavioral - Guided Learning: Changing statistics

Participants will complete repeat sessions of a computer-based learning task, and task performance and symptoms will be assessed.

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Neural Substrates of Reinforcement Learning and Its Training in Major Depression

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NCT03203954

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