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Cognitive symptoms are some of the most distressing for patients who are depressed. The goal was to investigate whether depressed patients' cognition changed depending on treatment with SSRIs (No-NOR) vs. Norepinephrine-enhancing medications (NOR) during an inpatient stay. Methods: This was an observational, naturalistic, pilot study that used a repeated measures design. 119 depressed inpatients, average age 39 years, 61% females, 77% Caucasian, 74% with mood disorders, 50% Cluster Bdoi:10.4172/2572-0791.1000123 fatcat:lsoovf3lqvgwdp3jctpvjrkn5u