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Depression

23 July 2010

World is gray for depressed people

Depressed people actually 'see' the world around them in shades of gray, at least subconsciously, a new study suggests.

Depressed people actually 'see' the world around them in shades of gray, at least subconsciously, a new study suggests.

The University of Freiburg team said though more studies are needed, the findings suggest retina scans could eventually be used to diagnosis and measure the severity of depression, as well as assess the success of therapy. This method may also prove valuable in research.

 

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