In the journal JAMA Psychiatry, a study involving 65 people with depression were assigned to either be treated by the antidepressant escitalopram oxalate (Lexapro), or cognitive behavioral therapy (which we've discussed many times in previous posts). Researchers took brain scans of these patients before and after their respective treatments. Their brain activity was then analyzed and compared. The results showed how differently each patient's brain responded to treatments.
To read more about this study, click the link below. Following that, watch the great related video.