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BACKGROUND The goal of this analysis was to characterize a cohort of 3000 persons who self-identified as having bipolar disorder by demographic, clinical, and treatment characteristics and to document the burden that this disorder imposed on their lives. METHOD The Stanley Center Bipolar Disorder Registry used a variety of recruitment methods to reach(More)
OBJECTIVE To study a mental health sample to assess (1) the prevalence of physical, sexual and emotional intimate partner violence (IPV) victimization and perpetration, (2) the extent this sample reported being asked about IPV by mental health clinicians and (3) how prevalence and screening rates varied by gender. METHOD Women and men receiving services(More)
OBJECTIVE Utilizing data from a previously characterized registry of subjects with bipolar illness, the authors examined age at onset of the first illness episode in cohorts of subjects born from 1900 through 1939 and from 1940 through 1959. METHOD Demographic and clinical characteristics at the first full episode of bipolar disorder of subjects in a(More)
The effects of age and gender on spectral characteristics of the waking EEG were investigated in a large sample of young adult men and women. In addition, relationships between spectral characteristics of the waking and sleeping EEG within an individual were explored. The sample included 28 females and 33 males in two age groups: 20-29 years (n = 32), and(More)
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