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(p. 225) Bipolar affective disorders 

(p. 225) Bipolar affective disorders
(p. 225) Bipolar affective disorders

June Dent

, Helen Close

, and Joanne Ryder

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date: 29 November 2020

Chapter 11 focuses on bipolar affective disorders, and discusses cognitive models of bipolar disorder (BD), key cognitions, and behavioural experiments that explore typical thoughts associated with symptoms of mania, typical beliefs and assumptions associated with BD, and beliefs about illness, stigma, prognosis and medication.

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