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EEG Reward Processing in Depression (RAPID)

15 January 2018

We are interested in investigating how depression changes the way we respond to rewards, both in our behaviour and our brain activity as measured by EEG. Changes in the way we respond to rewards are common in depression. We would like to better understand the brain activity that is associated with them, as this knowledge may help develop better ways of diagnosing and treating depression.


  • Aged between 25- 40
  • Have suffered from depression in the past but have now recovered

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Ethical approval

This study has been approved by King’s College London Psychiatry, Nursing and Midwifery Research Ethics Subcommittee reference: HR-15/16-2540.

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