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12. Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction in patients with depression

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12. Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction in patients with depression

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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction
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Non-pharmacological management of cognitive dysfunction

Supplementary material

  • ‘Is cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), which requires complex cognitive processes, appropriate for depressed patients with severe cognitive dysfunction?’ Q&A by Hans-Ulrich Wittchen
  • ‘What is the difference between multimodal and monomodal?’ Q&A by Bernhard Baune
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