Science Daily reports that women with a past history of depression paid more attention to angry faces than ones with neutral or happy expressions. In a recent study the women who paid attention to angry faces were more likely to become depressed again in the future. Currently, computer programs and games are being used to retrain peoples’ attentional biases. This may be the first step in developing new treatments for people who are at risk for, or who currently have, depression. To read this article in its entirety, click here.