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Social Reinforcement Learning as a Predictor of Real-Life Experiences in Individuals with High and Low Depressive Symptomatology
Several studies have reported diminished learning from non-social outcomes in depressed individuals. However, it is not clear how depression impacts learning from social feedback. Notably, mood disorders are commonly associated with deficits in social functioning, which raises the possibility that potential impairments in social learning may negatively affect real-life social experiences in depressed subjects. Methods: Ninety-two participants with high (HD; N=40) and low (LD; N=52) depressiondoi:10.31234/osf.io/dq64x fatcat:dfgkpi7bcngjrem66njnb65pfy