Depressive symptoms enhance loss-minimization, but attenuate gain-maximization in history-dependent decision-making

Cognition 125 (1):118-124 (2012)

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Keywords info:mesh/Choice Behavior  info:mesh/Decision Making  Humans   Depression   Risk-Taking   Reward   Decision Making   Choice Behavior   Neuropsychological Tests   Adult   Female   Male   Young Adult  info:mesh/Young Adult  info:mesh/Neuropsychological Tests  info:mesh/Depression  info:mesh/Reward  info:mesh/Humans  info:mesh/Adult  info:mesh/Risk-Taking  info:mesh/Male  info:mesh/Female
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DOI 10.1016/j.cognition.2012.06.011
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