All Relations between Depression and verbal fluency

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Massimo Veneziano, Maria Francesca Piazza, Ernesto Palummeri, Chiara Paganino, Giovanni Battista Andreoli, Daniela Amicizia, Filippo Ansald. A Longitudinal Study on Cognitive Training for Cognitively Preserved Adults in Liguria, Italy. Healthcare (Basel, Switzerland). vol 12. issue 3. 2024-02-10. PMID:38338278. univariate analysis revealed that the active intervention group consistently outperformed the passive group in measures of memory self-perception (memory complaint questionnaire-macq), depressive symptoms (geriatric depression scale-gds-4), verbal memory and recall ability (a3lp), and verbal fluency (vf). 2024-02-10 2024-02-12 human
Hailong Lyu, Miaomiao Zhao, Pengfeng Xu, Ying Li, Chaonan Jiang, Haoyang Zhao, Wenjing Shen, Xiaohan Hu, Kaiqi Wang, Yi Xu, Manli Huan. Gender differences in brain region activation during verbal fluency task as detected by fNIRS in patients with depression. The world journal of biological psychiatry : the official journal of the World Federation of Societies of Biological Psychiatry. 2023-11-24. PMID:37998167. gender differences in brain region activation during verbal fluency task as detected by fnirs in patients with depression. 2023-11-24 2023-11-29 Not clear
Namasvi Jariwala, Lizeth Sotelo, Ying Hua Wu, Sabrin Ghuman, Jamie P Kiefer, Rowena Gome. A - 123 Depression and Negative Symptoms Predicting Memory and Verbal Fluency in Psychotic Major Depression. Archives of clinical neuropsychology : the official journal of the National Academy of Neuropsychologists. 2023-10-09. PMID:37807257. a - 123 depression and negative symptoms predicting memory and verbal fluency in psychotic major depression. 2023-10-09 2023-10-15 Not clear
Namasvi Jariwala, Lizeth Sotelo, Ying Hua Wu, Sabrin Ghuman, Jamie P Kiefer, Rowena Gome. A - 123 Depression and Negative Symptoms Predicting Memory and Verbal Fluency in Psychotic Major Depression. Archives of clinical neuropsychology : the official journal of the National Academy of Neuropsychologists. 2023-10-09. PMID:37807257. this study investigates if negative symptoms can predict delayed verbal memory and verbal fluency in individuals with pmd, after controlling for depression severity. 2023-10-09 2023-10-15 Not clear
Ting Su, Ben Chen, Mingfeng Yang, Qiang Wang, Huarong Zhou, Min Zhang, Zhangying Wu, Gaohong Lin, Danpeng Wang, Yue Li, Xiaomei Zhong, Yuping Nin. Disrupted functional connectivity of the habenula links psychomotor retardation and deficit of verbal fluency and working memory in late-life depression. CNS neuroscience & therapeutics. 2023-10-07. PMID:37804094. disrupted functional connectivity of the habenula links psychomotor retardation and deficit of verbal fluency and working memory in late-life depression. 2023-10-07 2023-10-15 Not clear
Min-Ju Kang, Su-Yeon Cho, Jong-Kwan Choi, Young-Soon Yan. fNIRS Assessment during Cognitive Tasks in Elderly Patients with Depressive Symptoms. Brain sciences. vol 13. issue 7. 2023-07-29. PMID:37508986. we examined 204 older participants without psychiatric or neurological disorders who completed the geriatric depression scale, digit span, verbal fluency test, and stroop test. 2023-07-29 2023-08-14 human
Ting Yang, Hongyu Wang, Haiyue Dai, Juan Hui, Jintong Zhang, Juan Li, Guimei Cui, Juan Wang, Junlin Mu, Zhaohui Zhan. The fNIRS evaluation of frontal and temporal lobe cortical activation in Chinese first-episode medication-naïve and recurrent depression during a verbal fluency task. Frontiers in psychiatry. vol 14. 2023-04-28. PMID:37113544. the fnirs evaluation of frontal and temporal lobe cortical activation in chinese first-episode medication-naïve and recurrent depression during a verbal fluency task. 2023-04-28 2023-08-14 Not clear
HuaSen Xu, YuXing Wang, Yi Ming Wang, YaQi Cao, PeiFan Li, YongXue Hu, GuangYuan Xi. Insomniacs show greater prefrontal activation during verbal fluency task compared to non-insomniacs: a functional near-infrared spectroscopy investigation of depression in patients. BMC psychiatry. vol 23. issue 1. 2023-03-30. PMID:36997897. insomniacs show greater prefrontal activation during verbal fluency task compared to non-insomniacs: a functional near-infrared spectroscopy investigation of depression in patients. 2023-03-30 2023-08-14 human
Jing-Jing Sun, Chen-Yu Shen, Xiao-Min Liu, Po-Zi Li. Abnormal Prefrontal Brain Activation During a Verbal Fluency Task in Treatment-Resistant Depression Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy. Psychiatry investigation. vol 20. issue 2. 2023-03-09. PMID:36891592. abnormal prefrontal brain activation during a verbal fluency task in treatment-resistant depression using near-infrared spectroscopy. 2023-03-09 2023-08-14 Not clear
Nicholas J Simos, Katina Manolitsi, Andrea I Luppi, Antonios Kagialis, Marios Antonakakis, Michalis Zervakis, Despina Antypa, Eleftherios Kavroulakis, Thomas G Maris, Antonios Vakis, Emmanuel A Stamatakis, Efrosini Papadak. Chronic Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Aberrant Static and Dynamic Connectomic Features Identified Through Machine Learning Model Fusion. Neuroinformatics. 2022-12-01. PMID:36456762. as compared to healthy controls, the mtbi group displayed hypoconnectivity in the temporal poles, which correlated positively with semantic (r = 0.43, p < 0.008) and phonemic verbal fluency (r = 0.46, p < 0.004), while hypoconnectivity in the right dorsal posterior cingulate correlated positively with depression symptom severity (r = 0.54, p < 0.0006). 2022-12-01 2023-08-14 Not clear
Baowen Xue, Manacy Pai, Minhao Lu. Working beyond SPA and the trajectories of cognitive and mental health of UK pensioners: Do gender, choice, and occupational status matter? European journal of ageing. vol 19. issue 3. 2022-09-02. PMID:36052194. we also found that men who retired or worked past spa voluntarily reported a better baseline verbal fluency and were less likely to report depression over time (coefficient for work = 0.80; coefficient for retired = 0.87). 2022-09-02 2023-08-14 Not clear
Huifen Wu, Cong Peng, Caihong Yang, Yueran Bian, Xiaoqin Li, Qiang Xiao, Pu Wang, Yan Zhan. The right prefrontal cortex (PFC) can distinguish anxious depression from non-anxious depression: A promising functional near infrared spectroscopy study (fNIRS). Journal of affective disorders. 2022-08-25. PMID:36007594. this study aimed to use functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fnirs) as a tool to distinguish between patients with anxious and non-anxious depression based on differences in hemodynamic changes in the right prefrontal cortex during the verbal fluency task. 2022-08-25 2023-08-14 Not clear
Jiaxi Huang, Jiaqi Zhang, Tingyu Zhang, Pu Wang, Zhong Zhen. Increased Prefrontal Activation During Verbal Fluency Task After Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Treatment in Depression: A Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Study. Frontiers in psychiatry. vol 13. 2022-04-21. PMID:35444573. increased prefrontal activation during verbal fluency task after repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation treatment in depression: a functional near-infrared spectroscopy study. 2022-04-21 2023-08-13 Not clear
Madalina Bucur, Costanza Papagn. Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson Disease: A Meta-analysis of the Long-term Neuropsychological Outcomes. Neuropsychology review. 2022-03-23. PMID:35318587. the aim of this systematic review and meta-analysis was to assess the long-term (1-3 years) effects of stn or gpi dbs on four cognitive functions: (i) memory (delayed recall, working memory, immediate recall), (ii) executive functions including inhibition control (color-word stroop test) and flexibility (phonemic verbal fluency), (iii) language (semantic verbal fluency), and (iv) mood (anxiety and depression). 2022-03-23 2023-08-13 Not clear
Madalina Bucur, Costanza Papagn. Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson Disease: A Meta-analysis of the Long-term Neuropsychological Outcomes. Neuropsychology review. 2022-03-23. PMID:35318587. our findings add new information to the existing literature by demonstrating that, at a long follow-up interval (1-3 years), both positive effects, such as a mild improvement in anxiety and depression (stn, hedges' g = 0,34, p = 0,02), and negative effects, such as a decrease of long-term memory (hedges' g = -0,40, p = 0,02), verbal fluency such as phonemic fluency (hedges' g = -0,56, p < 0,0001), and specific subdomains of executive functions such as color-word stroop test (hedges' g = -0,45, p = 0,003) were observed. 2022-03-23 2023-08-13 Not clear
Han Zheng, Chongqi Ji. Gender differences in the association of depression trajectories with executive and memory functions: Evidence from the longitudinal study of the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (2004-2017). Journal of psychiatric research. vol 149. 2022-03-12. PMID:35278782. moderate and persistent high depression trajectories were negatively associated with episodic memory (β = -0.53 and -0.72, respectively, p < 0.001) and verbal fluency in females (β = -0.96 and -1.47, p=0.01 and < 0.001, respectively). 2022-03-12 2023-08-13 human
Xiaoli Liu, Fang Cheng, Shasha Hu, Beini Wang, Changzhou Hu, Zhenzhen Zhu, Wenhao Zhuang, Xi Mei, Xingxing Li, Qi Zhou, Wenwu Zhang, Yiping Tang, Dongsheng Zho. Cortical activation and functional connectivity during the verbal fluency task for adolescent-onset depression: A multi-channel NIRS study. Journal of psychiatric research. vol 147. 2022-01-25. PMID:35074741. cortical activation and functional connectivity during the verbal fluency task for adolescent-onset depression: a multi-channel nirs study. 2022-01-25 2023-08-13 Not clear
L Domain, M Guillery, N Linz, A König, J M Batail, R David, I Corouge, E Bannier, J C Ferré, T Dondaine, D Drapier, G H Rober. Multimodal MRI cerebral correlates of verbal fluency switching and its impairment in women with depression. NeuroImage. Clinical. vol 33. 2021-12-23. PMID:34942588. multimodal mri cerebral correlates of verbal fluency switching and its impairment in women with depression. 2021-12-23 2023-08-13 Not clear
Ana Belén Parra-Díaz, Agustín Aibar-Almazán, Antonio Martínez-Amat, José Daniel Jiménez-García, Francisco Álvarez-Salvago, Fidel Hita-Contrera. Associations of Sleep Quality, Anxiety, and Depression with Cognitive and Executive Functions among Community-Dwelling Women Aged ≥ 65 Years: A Cross-Sectional Study. Healthcare (Basel, Switzerland). vol 9. issue 11. 2021-11-30. PMID:34828644. (1) background: the objective of this study was to evaluate the associations of sleep quality, anxiety, and depression with cognitive performance, executive functions, and verbal fluency among women aged ≥ 65 years; (2) methods: a cross-sectional study was conducted on 241 women (72.52 ± 3.93 years). 2021-11-30 2023-08-13 Not clear
Ana Belén Parra-Díaz, Agustín Aibar-Almazán, Antonio Martínez-Amat, José Daniel Jiménez-García, Francisco Álvarez-Salvago, Fidel Hita-Contrera. Associations of Sleep Quality, Anxiety, and Depression with Cognitive and Executive Functions among Community-Dwelling Women Aged ≥ 65 Years: A Cross-Sectional Study. Healthcare (Basel, Switzerland). vol 9. issue 11. 2021-11-30. PMID:34828644. cognitive performance (mini-mental state examination) and impairment (montreal cognitive assessment), verbal fluency (isaacs test) and executive function (trail making test), sleep quality (pittsburgh sleep quality index) and anxiety and depression (hospital anxiety and depression scale) were determined; (3) results: the linear regression analysis indicated that anxiety, depression and age, were related to lower mini-mental state examination score (adjusted r 2021-11-30 2023-08-13 Not clear