Depression is so grey
Scientists at the University of Freiburg in Germany have found that people suffering from depression are less able to perceive visual contrast. Scientists conducted a test on people's retinas, which found that depressed people showed less "contrast gain", meaning their world is just a little bit more grey than that of non-depressed people, literally. Read more: The Independent
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