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Working Memory In Clinical Depression: An Experimental Study

Shelley Channon, Jane E. Baker, Mary M. Robertson

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SynopsisThis study compared clinically depressed subjects with normal controls on a range of working memory tasks. The findings suggested the articulatory loop and visuospatial sketch pad components of working memory to be unimpaired in depression. On a range of clinical tasks likely to involve central executive function, depressed subjects showed impairment only on some tasks.