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(p. 47) Life events as predictors of relapse, depression and mania in bipolar disorder 

(p. 47) Life events as predictors of relapse, depression and mania in bipolar disorder
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(p. 47) Life events as predictors of relapse, depression and mania in bipolar disorder
Author(s):

Sheri L. Johnson

and Randy Fingerhut

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780198530091.003.0003
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date: 21 November 2019

This chapter explores life events as predictors of relapse, depression, and mania in bipolar disorder. It describes methodological issues in studies of life events, studies that do not distinguish between depression and mania (cross-sectional, and prospective studies), polarity-specific effects (life events and depression, and life events and mania).

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