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4. ‘Hot’ cognitive impairment in depression

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4. ‘Hot’ cognitive impairment in depression

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Hot cognitive impairment

Supplementary material

  • ‘To what degree can ‘hot’ cognition also be categorised as social cognition and how can we assess this?’ Q&A by Philippe Fossati
  • ‘Could the effects of antidepressants on cognitive function in patients with depression be due to effects on negative cognitive biases?’ Q&A by Catherine Harmer
  • ‘To what degree is response to negative feedback state-related?’ Q&A by Catherine Harmer
  • ‘How important is the distinction between hot and cold cognition?’ Q&A by Hans-Ulrich Wittchen
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