Functional Neurocircuitry Associated With Treatment Response to CBT

The baseline functional connectivity of the neurocircuitry underlying emotional regulation significantly predicted neural changes associated with the reduction of depression and anxiety symptoms in adults with bipolar disorder, according to a study published in Journal of Affective Disorders.

This study sought to examine how baseline functional connectivity of this neurocircuitry is associated with transdiagnostic cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) treatment outcomes as a way of evaluating factors that affect the ability of individuals with bipolar disorder to benefit from this form of treatment.

Functional Neurocircuitry Associated With Treatment Response to CBT

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