Kim Goldapple

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BACKGROUND Even in remission, patients with bipolar disorder (BD) remain sensitive to external stressors that can trigger new episodes. Imitating such stressors by the controlled transient exposure to an emotional stimulus may help to identify brain regions modulating this sensitivity. METHODS Transient sadness was induced in 9 euthymic and in 11(More)
OBJECTIVE The authors previously identified depression-specific differences in brain responses to an emotional challenge in patients with bipolar and unipolar mood disorder. In this study, potential markers of bipolar risk and resilience were examined in a new cohort of lithium-responsive bipolar patients and their healthy siblings. METHOD Changes in(More)
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