Positive effects of depression

More like decision problems of everyday life, how to shop at home and the meetings, the activity is a strategy known best. As mentioned above, depressed patients approached the optimal strategy more closely than non-depressed participants did.‘We have integrated the clinical approach as soon as we got the first fundamental results of this work. Thus, national reference center for rare diseases of the retina, through non-invasive high-resolution retinal imaging techniques, we can identify Patients receiving this therapy could be applied, ‘said José Alain Sahel, which emphasizes that the transition from mouse to man is still much uncertainty. ‘The results are highly complementary to the research that was conducted at the Institute and the CIC by the team of Serge Picaud, which aims to test and improve an artificial retina, as well as our research RdCVF protein that protects the activity of cones’ .

While healthy participants tried relatively few candidates before choosing a candidate, the participants sought further depressed choices and events that led to higher earnings.

According to a new study by Bettina von Helversen , Andreas Wilke , Tim Johnson , Gabriel Schmid , and Burghard Klapp , depressed people perform better than non-depressed peers in sequential decision tasks.

Previous research provides some evidence to support this possibility, but focuses on individuals with low levels of clinical depression.

Although researchers have recognized that most of the symptoms of depression impede cognitive functions, such scholars as Paul Andrews of Virginia Institute for Psychiatric and Behavioral Genetics and Andy Thomson, the University of Virginia suggested that depression can lead to analytical thinking and perseverance – ie, useful qualities in complex tasks.

The next article shows that even severe depression can provide beneficial side effects. Fully understand the consequences of depression can help you to discover its evolutionary roots and opening avenues for treatment.

In their study, the participants – who were in good health, clinical depression, or recovering from depression – has played a computer game where you could make money by recruiting a candidate in a simulated job search.