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Depression Symptoms Association with Neuroanatomy

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Depression Symptoms Association with Neuroanatomy

Post  Admin on Tue Mar 04, 2014 9:45 pm

Depression Symptoms Association with Neuroanatomy

Check the statement with correction association between symptoms of depression and specific areas of brain:

(a) Guilt (Amygdala), Sleep (Hypothalamus), Suicidal ideations (Nucleus Accumbens)
(b) Pleasure (Nucleus Accumbens), Appetite (Hypothalamus), Suicidal ideations (Amygdala)
(c) Worthlessness (Nucleus Accumbens), Sleep (Hypothalamus), Energy (Amygdala)
(d) Interest (Amygdala), Appetite (Hypothalamus), Suicidal ideations (Nucleus Accumbens)

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Post  Admin on Thu Mar 06, 2014 10:58 pm

Admin wrote:Depression Symptoms Association with Neuroanatomy

Check the statement with correction association between symptoms of depression and specific areas of brain:

(a) Guilt (Amygdala), Sleep (Hypothalamus), Suicidal ideations (Nucleus Accumbens)
(b) Pleasure (Nucleus Accumbens), Appetite (Hypothalamus), Suicidal ideations (Amygdala)
(c) Worthlessness (Nucleus Accumbens), Sleep (Hypothalamus), Energy (Amygdala)
(d) Interest (Amygdala), Appetite (Hypothalamus), Suicidal ideations (Nucleus Accumbens)

Ans: (B)

Amygdala and Prefrontal cortex: guilt, suicidality and worthlessness.

Nucleus accumbens: pleasure, interest, and energy.

Hypothalamus: sleep and appetite.


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