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Re: brain scans of CBT patients vs. med patients

Posted by badhaircut on January 7, 2004, at 13:31:15

In reply to news: brain scans of CBT patients vs. med patients, posted by psychlover on January 7, 2004, at 0:16:06

psychlover-- Thanks for the link! (And for posting it over here, too.)

If anybody wants the citation/abstract of the study, it's:

"Modulation of Cortical-Limbic Pathways in Major Depression: Treatment-Specific Effects of Cognitive Behavior Therapy" by Kimberly Goldapple, Zindel Segal, and others.
Archives of General Psychiatry (2004) 61:34-41

When my ECT psychiatrist looked at my first high-tech brain images for depression in the late 1980s, he said, "That's beautiful! But nobody in the world knows what it means." I think that's still true, but the research is apparently coming along.





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