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The impact of melancholia versus non-melancholia on resting-state, EEG alpha asymmetry: Electrophysiological evidence for depression heterogeneity

Candice R. Quinn, Chris J. Rennie, Anthony W.F. Harris, Andrew Kemp Orcid Logo

Psychiatry Research, Volume: 215, Issue: 3, Pages: 614 - 617

Swansea University Author: Andrew Kemp Orcid Logo

Published in: Psychiatry Research
ISSN: 01651781
Published: 2014
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title The impact of melancholia versus non-melancholia on resting-state, EEG alpha asymmetry: Electrophysiological evidence for depression heterogeneity
spellingShingle The impact of melancholia versus non-melancholia on resting-state, EEG alpha asymmetry: Electrophysiological evidence for depression heterogeneity
Andrew Kemp
title_short The impact of melancholia versus non-melancholia on resting-state, EEG alpha asymmetry: Electrophysiological evidence for depression heterogeneity
title_full The impact of melancholia versus non-melancholia on resting-state, EEG alpha asymmetry: Electrophysiological evidence for depression heterogeneity
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