Jade Garneau-Fournier

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BACKGROUND The onset of bipolar disorder is influenced by the interaction of genetic and environmental factors. We previously found that a large increase in sunlight in springtime was associated with a lower age of onset. This study extends this analysis with more collection sites at diverse locations, and includes family history and polarity of first(More)
BACKGROUND Environmental conditions early in life may imprint the circadian system and influence response to environmental signals later in life. We previously determined that a large springtime increase in solar insolation at the onset location was associated with a younger age of onset of bipolar disorder, especially with a family history of mood(More)
PURPOSE Two common approaches to identify subgroups of patients with bipolar disorder are clustering methodology (mixture analysis) based on the age of onset, and a birth cohort analysis. This study investigates if a birth cohort effect will influence the results of clustering on the age of onset, using a large, international database. METHODS The(More)
Little empirical information is available on sexual dysfunction (SD) among college women even though college years represent a critical period in the development of sexuality. The current study aimed to identify factors associated with the presence, number, and type of SD problems among 547 female college students in the United States. Racial minority(More)
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