Depression affecting moral judgment

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (4):352-352 (2010)
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Depressive mood can be involved in the moral judgments made by people with depression. Here, we focus on the negative judgments depressed patients have of themselves and the world. Possibly, the alterations in moral judgment in subjects with depression can be understood by taking into account the neural basis of depression



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