Economic Choice and Heart Rate Fractal Scaling Indicate That Cognitive Effort Is Reduced by Depression and Boosted by Sad Mood

Andrew Westbrook, Xiao Yang, Lauren M. Bylsma, Shimrit Daches, Charles J. George, Andrew J. Seidman, J. Richard Jennings, Maria Kovacs

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