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Washington University School of Medicine

Brain Changes Seen in Preschoolers with Clinical Depression

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Caption: Like older children and adults, kids as young as four display differences in brain function when they are depressed. Researchers from Washington University School of Medicine's early emotional development program used functional MRI scans to study activity in the brains of preschoolers with and without depression. Jim Dryden has the story...

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