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(p. 73) Dysfunctional beliefs in individuals with bipolar disorders 

(p. 73) Dysfunctional beliefs in individuals with bipolar disorders
(p. 73) Dysfunctional beliefs in individuals with bipolar disorders

Warren Mansell

and Jan Scott

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date: 22 October 2020

The goal of this chapter is to review the research into dysfunctional beliefs in bipolar disorders. As well as looking at measures of assumptions it discusses some of the findings in studies using simple questionnaire ratings of self-esteem as a means of highlighting some of the work on beliefs about the self. It concludes with recommendations for future theory-driven research on dysfunctional beliefs in bipolar disorder.

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