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The Thyroid‐Brain Interaction in Thyroid Disorders and Mood Disorders
Thyroid hormones play a critical role in the metabolic activity of the adult brain, and neuropsychiatric manifestations of thyroid disease have long been recognised. However, it is only recently thatExpand
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Using technology to improve longitudinal studies: self-reporting with ChronoRecord in bipolar disorder.
OBJECTIVES Longitudinal studies are an optimal approach to investigating the highly variable course and outcome associated with bipolar disorder, but are expensive and often have missing data. ThisExpand
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New Measures of Mental State and Behavior Based on Data Collected From Sensors, Smartphones, and the Internet
In the future, new medical measures that assist with the screening, diagnosis, and monitoring of psychiatric disorders will be available despite unresolved reliability, usability, and privacy issues. Expand
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Temporal relation between sleep and mood in patients with bipolar disorder.
BACKGROUND Early recognition of the prodromal symptoms of bipolar disorder, combined with a patient action plan, may help to prevent relapses. Sleep disturbances are frequent warning signs of bothExpand
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Approximate entropy of self-reported mood prior to episodes in bipolar disorder.
BACKGROUND Approximate entropy (ApEn) measures regularity in time series data, while traditional linear statistics measure variability. Using self-reported mood data from patients with bipolarExpand
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Menstrual cycle related mood changes in women with bipolar disorder.
OBJECTIVES A relationship between affective symptoms and menstrual cycle in women with bipolar disorder (BPD) has been suggested. This study investigates the influence of the menstrual cycle on moodExpand
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The electronic assessment of the longitudinal course of bipolar disorder: the ChronoRecord software.
Longitudinal studies are the optimal approach when investigating the highly variable course of bipolar disorder, but such studies are expensive, prone to reporting errors and to missing data.Expand
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Sex-specific self-reported mood changes by patients with bipolar disorder.
INTRODUCTION While the prevalence of bipolar disorder I is similar between men and women, the clinical course may differ. This study investigated if there are differences in the clinical presentationExpand
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Gender differences in thyroid system function: relevance to bipolar disorder and its treatment
Thyroid hormones play a critical role in the functioning of the adult brain, and thyroid diseases impair both mood and cognition. This paper reviews gender differences in thyroid system function thatExpand
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Long-term effectiveness of lithium in bipolar disorder: a multicenter investigation of patients with typical and atypical features.
OBJECTIVE Poor response to long-term lithium treatment has been reported to be associated with atypical features of bipolar disorder. The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence ofExpand
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