Emotional Blunting Explained; 8% of Adults on Sleep Meds; Long Waits for Psych Care
14 days ago - By MedPageToday
Emotional "blunting," often seen with use of antidepressants, may stem from the drugs' effects on reinforcement learning, according to a placebo-controlled semi-randomized trial.
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