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Unformatted text preview: much easier to detect and diagnose, and they follow along the general popular theory and thought on depression. 3. Depression is related most to dysfunction in two regions. These are the left frontal and right posterior portions of the brain. Literature and research suggests that emotional control and response is generated primarily in these two regions, and deactivation or over stimulus of one of these areas can result in depressive behaviors. 4. The lack of hypothesis of left posterior dysfunction is caused by a lack of data and concrete results. There are some early suggestions that left posterior dysfunction can cause a lack of verbal and literal comprehension, as well as memory impacts. Data, however, is spread and varied, and thus not enough has been recorded on the caudal regions of the left hemisphere to create firm hypothesis....
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