Virtual reality reward training: autobiographical memory changes correlate with improved anhedonia

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Description: Mobile Virtual Reality Reward Training (MVR-RT) for Anhedonia

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Anhedonia, a cardinal symptom of depression, is characterized by deficits in positive affect. Consequently, depressed individuals demonstrate impoverished positive imagery and a bias for observer (vs. field) perspective when recalling autobiographical memories. To address this abnormal recall style, participants (n=16) with anhedonia underwent Mobile Virtual Reality Reward Training (MVR-RT) in whi...

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