Decision making in euthymic bipolar I and bipolar II disorders.

@article{Martino2011DecisionMI,
  title={Decision making in euthymic bipolar I and bipolar II disorders.},
  author={Diego Javier Martino and Sergio A Strejilevich and Teresa Torralva and Facundo Manes},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={41 6},
  pages={
          1319-27
        }
}
BACKGROUND The main aim of this study was to compare a large population of patients with bipolar disorder (BD) types I and II strictly defined as euthymic with healthy controls on measures of decision making. An additional aim was to compare performance on a decision-making task between patients with and without a history of suicide attempt. METHOD Eighty-five euthymic patients with BD-I or BD-II and 34 healthy controls were included. All subjects completed tests to assess verbal memory… CONTINUE READING

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