Increased Anterior Cingulate Cortical Activity in Response to Fearful Faces: A Neurophysiological Biomarker that Predicts Rapid Antidepressant Response to Ketamine

Giacomo Salvadore, Brian R. Cornwell, Veronica Colon-Rosario, Richard Coppola, Christian Grillon, Carlos A. Zarate, Husseini K. Manji*

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