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What Does A Depressed Brain Look Like?

Scientists are racing to unlock the secrets of the depressed brain. One thing standing in the way, though, is their unwillingness to share their findings with one another. Simon Lewsen joins host Krys Boyd to discuss why researchers looking into the origins and biology of depression have such a hard time collecting complete data to build a brain modeling system to help diagnose disease. His article, “What Happens to Our Brains When We Get Depressed?” was published in The Walrus.