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The present study examines the relationship of depression and the neuropsychological function of attention, planning and auditory verbal learning and memory among individuals with HIV/AIDS. 200 subjects who were HIV/AIDS positive (100 males and 100 females) and were within age range of 20 to 50 years and minimum education level of 8th standard were taken. The result indicates that Depression slows down the performance of attention; also depression most likely decreases the function of auditory verbal learning and memory.

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Premika Devi, N. (2019). Relationship of Depression and function of Attention, Planning and Verbal Learning and Memory. Thematics Journal of Geography, 8(8), 214-225. Retrieved from