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The 3rd Annual Behavior Change, Health, and Health Disparities Conference will be held October 1–2, 2015 in Burlington, Vermont. The conference theme will be “Capitalizing on Behavioral Economics to Address […]... More>
Even when depressed people have the opportunity to decrease their sadness, they don’t necessarily try to do so, researchers find. ... More>
A prospective study using eye-tracking technology shows that an attentional bias toward angry faces predicts future depressive episodes among women with a history of depression. ... More>