Neuroimaging could help find a biomarker in the brain which can help correctly diagnose bipolar disorder and major depressive disorder.
According to a new study, postmortem brain tissue from females who suffered from depression had abnormally high expression levels of a number of genes which regulate the glutamate system.
A new study reports neuroimaging technology may be able to predict those most at risk for future episodes of major depressive disorder after recovering from an initial episode.
A new study reports estrogen fluctuations which are common during menopausal transition could enhance emotional sensitivity to psychological stress.
Researchers discover some people with major depressive disorder are lacking astrocytes in some hippocampal areas.
Researchers discover common white matter abnormalities in multiple emotional disorders.
Researchers report pupil dilation in reaction to negative facial expressions could predict a risk for relapse in those with depression.
According to a new study, experimentally increasing the activity of a subclass of nerve cells that produce GABA has an antidepressant effect in mice.
A new study reveals neuroimaging may prove useful in revealing patients with depression who may respond well to psychotherapy.
Depression may allow people to abandon achievable goals, a new study reports.