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Awaiting accurate scientific evidence: Progression or “profiles” in bipolar disorder?
(Springer Open, 2017-05)
This letter is written in response to a review recently published in the journal. The aim is to highlight a potential meth- odological limitation common to many studies comparing bipolar patients with few previous episodes ...
Transtorno bipolar do humor e uso indevido de substâncias psicoativas
(Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo, 2005-01-01)
The bipolar disorder and substance abuse are illness with highly autonomy limitation potential, becoming still more serious when associates. This article presents the available scientific evidences concerning the epidemiology, ...
Transtorno afetivo bipolar: um enfoque transcultural
(Associação Brasileira de Psiquiatria - ABP, 2004-10-01)
Cultural variations in the expression of emotions have been described. Consequently, there are cross-cultural influences on the diagnosis and management of bipolar disorder. This article provides a review of the evidence ...
Clinical correlates of eating disorder comorbidity in women with bipolar disorder type I
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2011)
Objective: To report on the presence of current and lifetime eating disorders (ED) in a well-defined sample of 137 female individuals with bipolar disorder type I. Methods: Trained psychiatrists interviewed the patients, ...
A Sib-Pair analysis of impulsivity in bipolar disorder type I
(W.B. SaundersNew York, 2013-11)
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to compare impulsivity among patients with bipolar disorder, their siblings, and healthy controls in order to examine whether impulsivity in bipolar disorder is related to genetic ...
Facial emotion recognition in bipolar disorder: a critical review
(Associação Brasileira de Psiquiatria - ABP, 2009)
OBJECTIVE: Literature review of the controlled studies in the last 18 years in emotion recognition deficits in bipolar disorder. METHOD: A bibliographical research of controlled studies with samples larger than 10 participants ...