THE GUARDIAN: What is ECT and how does it work?

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Release date: 17/4/2017

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“They are not mutually exclusive. [The brain] works on different levels,” says Ian Anderson, professor of psychiatry at the University of Manchester. “It seems that ECT causes effects at each of these levels and it is hard to say which is the primary one, because it is all interlinked.”

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TitleWhat is ECT and how does it work?
Media name/outletThe Guardian
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date17/04/17
Description“They are not mutually exclusive. [The brain] works on different levels,” says Ian Anderson, professor of psychiatry at the University of Manchester. “It seems that ECT causes effects at each of these levels and it is hard to say which is the primary one, because it is all interlinked.”
URLhttps://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/apr/17/what-is-ect-and-how-does-it-work
PersonsIan Anderson