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Decoding mood

Invasive recordings of human brain activity predict mood fluctuations.

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Figure 1: Experimental design and analysis approach.

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A.E. has received stock options in Mindstrong Health and Akili Interactive for unrelated consulting.

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Etkin, A. Decoding mood. Nat Biotechnol 36, 932–933 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1038/nbt.4258

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