Abnormal FMRI brain activation in euthymic bipolar disorder patients during a counting Stroop interference task.

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BACKGROUND Bipolar disorder is characterized by disturbed mood homeostasis accompanied by cognitive impairments that appear to persist during euthymia. Cognitive probes, coupled with neuroimaging, provide an approach toward clarifying the neurophysiology of bipolar disorder. METHOD Sixteen patients with euthymic bipolar disorder and 16 healthy subjects… (More)

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@article{Strakowski2005AbnormalFB, title={Abnormal FMRI brain activation in euthymic bipolar disorder patients during a counting Stroop interference task.}, author={Stephen M. Strakowski and Caleb M. Adler and Scott Holland and Neil P Mills and Melissa P Delbello and James C. Eliassen}, journal={The American journal of psychiatry}, year={2005}, volume={162 9}, pages={1697-705} }