Depression is so grey

By Andy Rice 21 July 2010

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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