Learning, Mood, and Music: Depression, anxiety, and stress reflect processing biases in positive and negative chord sequences

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Description: Topic: BCEM Poster - Learning, Mood, and Music: Depression, Anxiety, and Stress reflect processing biases Time: May 20, 2020 02:45 PM London Join Zoom Meeting https://epfl.zoom.us/j/91781380626?pwd=c3RLVlM1eUpZWm9JV0ZYUWNMcVMzUT09 Meeting ID: 917 8138 0626 Password: MusicNMood

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Cognitive biases in information processing of valenced stimuli are a major contributor to the phenomenology of mood disorders. However, current screening tools for mood disorders rely on self-report questionnaires, which include uncomfortably invasive questions and are confounded by socially desirable responding. Taken together, assessing information processing biases may be a promising proxy to s...

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