A comparison of cognitive functioning in medicated and unmedicated subjects with bipolar depression.

@article{Holmes2008ACO,
  title={A comparison of cognitive functioning in medicated and unmedicated subjects with bipolar depression.},
  author={M. Kathleen Holmes and Kristine Erickson and David A. Luckenbaugh and Wayne C. Drevets and Earle E. Bain and Dara M. Cannon and Joseph Snow and Barbara J. Sahakian and Husseini K. Manji and Carlos A. Zarate},
  journal={Bipolar disorders},
  year={2008},
  volume={10 7},
  pages={806-15}
}
OBJECTIVE Neuropsychological studies of bipolar disorder reveal deficits in a variety of domains, including affective processing, memory, and sustained attention. These findings are difficult to interpret due to the potential confounding effects of mood-stabilizing medications. The present study aims to compare the cognitive performance of medicated and unmedicated subjects with bipolar depression to healthy control subjects. METHOD Unmedicated subjects with bipolar depression (UBD, n = 32… CONTINUE READING
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