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Brain mapping may guide treatment for depression

By Carey Goldberg
Globe Staff / January 6, 2004

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For the first time, researchers have mapped what happens in the brain when a patient recovers from depression using cognitive behavioral therapy, a common form of psychological treatment aimed at breaking the bad habits of thought that bring people low. (Full Article: 824 Words)

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