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What is the value of objectively measuring emotional bias?

A negative, perceptual bias is associated with the onset and maintenance of mood disorders, and is therefore a therapeutic avenue of interest. Here we will discuss the launch of an objective assessment of emotional bias as a potential biomarker of mood. 

Using affective cognition to enhance precision psychiatry

Precision psychiatry is a promising new approach that seeks to improve outcomes in highly heterogeneous clinical populations.  

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