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Invisible emotional expressions influence social judgments and pupillary responses of both depressed and non-depressed individuals.
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2013)
We used filtered low spatial frequency images of facial emotional expressions (angry, fearful, happy, sad, or neutral faces) that were blended with a high-frequency image of the same face but with a neutral facial expression, so as to obtain a “hybrid” face image that “masked” the subjective perception of its emotional expression. Participants were categorized in three groups of participants: healthy ...
Cortisol levels and cognitive profile in major depression: A comparison of currently and previously depressed patients
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-08-22)
The association between depressive symptoms and elevated cortisol levels, and depression and cognitive functioning, has been less robust in outpatients with symptoms in the mild to moderate range. Furthermore, the association between elevated cortisol levels and cognitive functioning is unclear. In the present study, currently depressed (<i>n</i> = 37), previously depressed (<i>n</i> = 81) and never ...