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21 August 2014
Unaffected twins of patients with bipolar disorder show enhanced neurocognitive function and positive temperament traits, research shows.
21 August 2014
Researchers have developed a multiplex blood assay that may aid the identification of high-risk individuals who will progress to psychosis.
20 August 2014
The benefits of metacognitive training to target cognitive biases persist for at least 3 years, with late additional benefits appearing more than 6 months after the intervention, shows research.
20 August 2014
Relatives of people with bipolar disorder are at an increased risk of developing not only bipolarity but also other psychiatric disorders, according to Swedish researchers.
14 August 2014
The course of bipolar II disorder can follow several distinct trajectories, with a major depressive episode being the most common presenting feature, a study of Japanese patients suggests.
14 August 2014
An intervention based around family psychoeducation reduces symptoms and improves functioning in patients at clinical high risk of psychosis or experiencing early first-episode psychosis, say researchers.
13 August 2014
Affective temperaments are correlated with neurocognitive functioning in people with bipolar disorder, clinical research suggests.
13 August 2014
A wide range of physical ailments that require hospital contact may contribute to an increased risk of schizophrenia, a study suggests.
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