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Shades of gray: Depression alters vision

July 26, 2010

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Depressed people really do see the world in shades of gray, according to new research from Germany. Emanuel Bubl of the Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg led a study that used an electroretinogram — like an electrocardiogram for the eye — that measured how the retina responds to visual contrast. (Full article: 554 words)

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