Figure 3. Comparisons of emotional changes and brain reactivity to emotional stimuli among PMDD and control study participants (PMDD=19, Controls=21) of the depression-induced group. (A–D) Extraversion, psychoticism, neuroticism, and social desirability T-scores. (E) Schematic presentation of participants in the experiment. (F) TAS-20 scores for both groups. (G) Depression emotions of participants in the depression-induced group. (H) Illustration of activations in various brain areas: the middle frontal gyrus, middle gyrus and cingulate gyrus for PMDD and HC groups. (I) PMDD and HC groups Depression mood Subtract Neutral Frontal Mid-Back Picture Condition T-test activation Differential area; p < 0.05, cluster size > 389 warm (T value positive) represents PMDD group higher than the HC group, cool (T negative) on behalf of the normal group than the patient group.