A test of the bidirectional association between sleep and mood in bipolar disorder and insomnia.

  title={A test of the bidirectional association between sleep and mood in bipolar disorder and insomnia.},
  author={Lisa S. Talbot and Susan Stone and June Gruber and Ilana S. Hairston and Polina Eidelman and Allison G. Harvey},
  journal={Journal of abnormal psychology},
  volume={121 1},
The present study investigates sleep, mood, and the proposed bidirectional relationship between the two in psychiatric disorders. Participants with interepisode bipolar disorder (n = 49), insomnia (n = 34), and no psychiatric history (n = 52) completed seven consecutive days of sleep diaries and mood measures. The interepisode bipolar and insomnia participants exhibited greater sleep disturbance than the healthy control individuals. Negative mood was equally heightened in both interepisode… CONTINUE READING

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