Relationship of resting EEG with anatomical MRI measures in individuals at high and low risk for depression

  • Bruder G
  • Bansal R
  • Tenke C
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Abstract

Studies have found abnormalities of resting EEG measures of hemispheric activity in depres- sive disorders. Similar EEG findings and a prominent thinning of the cortical mantle have been rep

Author-supplied keywords

  • Cortical thickness
  • EEG
  • Hemispheric asymmetry
  • High risk
  • MRI
  • Major depressive disorder

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