Borderline personality disorder, but not euthymic bipolar I disorder, is associated with prolonged post-error slowing in sensorimotor performance.

@article{Saunders2016BorderlinePD,
  title={Borderline personality disorder, but not euthymic bipolar I disorder, is associated with prolonged post-error slowing in sensorimotor performance.},
  author={Kate E A Saunders and Guy M. Goodwin and Robert D. Rogers},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2016},
  volume={198},
  pages={
          163-70
        }
}
BACKGROUND Borderline personality disorder (BPD) and bipolar disorder (BD) are common psychiatric diagnoses. Impulsivity and affective instability are prominent features of both illnesses, complicate treatment and are associated with poor clinical outcomes. Yet, little is known about sensorimotor control in these populations, whether they differ in their speed and accuracy of performance, and their ability to restore efficient performance following errors. METHODS Twenty females with DSM-IV… CONTINUE READING
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