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Experimental sleep disruption and reward learning: moderating role of positive affect responses.

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Summary of "Experimental sleep disruption and reward learning: moderating role of positive affect responses."

Sleep disturbances increase vulnerability for depression, but the mechanisms underlying this relationship are not well known. We investigated the effects of experimental sleep disruption on response bias (RB), a measure of reward learning previously linked to depression, and the moderating role of positive affect responses.

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Name: Sleep
ISSN: 1550-9109
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