Neurofeedback training might help to improve the effectiveness of certain psychological interventions for patients with depression, according to new research.

  1. From the article: Neurofeedback training might help to improve the effectiveness of certain psychological interventions for patients with depression, according to new research. But the findings indicate that fMRI neurofeedback might not be effective for patients with the anxious distress subtype of depression.

  2. I imagine the only difference between CBT for depression with and without an fMRI is more internally receptive from the visual representation, which I think would be questionable at the cost-effectiveness level.

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