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Suicidality in pediatric bipolar disorder: predictor or outcome of family processes and mixed mood presentation?
OBJECTIVE Pediatric bipolar disorder (PBD) involves a potent combination of mood dysregulation and interpersonal processes, placing these youth at significantly greater risk of suicide. We examinedExpand
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The Relationship Between Online Social Networking and Depression: A Systematic Review of Quantitative Studies
Online social networking sites (SNSs) such as Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace are used by billions of people every day to communicate and interact with others. Expand
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Diagnostic efficiency of the SDQ for parents to identify ADHD in the UK: a ROC analysis
Early, accurate identification of ADHD would improve outcomes while avoiding unnecessary medication exposure for non-ADHD youths, but is challenging, especially in primary care. The aim of this paperExpand
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Unfiltered Administration of the YMRS and CDRS-R in a Clinical Sample of Children
The objective of this study is to evaluate discriminative validity of the Young Mania Rating Scale (YMRS) and Children's Depression Rating Scale–Revised (CDRS-R) in a clinical sample of children whenExpand
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Direct comparison of the psychometric properties of multiple interview and patient-rated assessments of suicidal ideation and behavior in an adult psychiatric inpatient sample.
OBJECTIVE Compare the accuracy, agreement, internal consistency, and interrater reliability of 3 interviews to assess suicidal ideation and behavior in accordance with US Food and Drug AdministrationExpand
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Do paranoid delusions exist on a continuum with subclinical paranoia? A multi-method taxometric study
BACKGROUND There is widespread interest in whether psychosis exists on a continuum with healthy functioning. Previous research has implied that paranoia, a common symptom of psychosis, exists on aExpand
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Harnessing the potential of community-based participatory research approaches in bipolar disorder
BackgroundDespite the rapid growth in the sophistication of research on bipolar disorder (BD), the field faces challenges in improving quality of life (QoL) and symptom outcomes, adapting treatmentsExpand
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Predictors and Moderators in the Randomized Trial of Multifamily Psychoeducational Psychotherapy for Childhood Mood Disorders
This study investigated predictors and moderators of mood symptoms in the randomized controlled trial (RCT) of Multi-Family Psychoeducational Psychotherapy (MF-PEP) for childhood mood disorders.Expand
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‘Being with’ or ‘doing for’? How the role of an end-of-life volunteer befriender can impact patient wellbeing: interviews from a multiple qualitative case study (ELSA)
PurposeTo explore the perspectives of people anticipated to be in their last year of life, family carers, volunteers and staff on the impacts of receiving a volunteer-provided befriending service.Expand
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Protocol for the End-of-Life Social Action Study (ELSA): a randomised wait-list controlled trial and embedded qualitative case study evaluation assessing the causal impact of social action
BackgroundCompassionate support at the end of life should not be the responsibility of health and social care professionals alone and requires a response from the wider community. Volunteers, asExpand
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