Emotion perception and executive functioning predict work status in euthymic bipolar disorder.

@article{Ryan2013EmotionPA,
  title={Emotion perception and executive functioning predict work status in euthymic bipolar disorder.},
  author={Kelly A Ryan and Aaron C Vederman and M. Z. M. Kamali and David F Marshall and Anne L Weldon and Melvin G. McInnis and Scott A Langenecker},
  journal={Psychiatry research},
  year={2013},
  volume={210 2},
  pages={472-8}
}
Functional recovery, including return to work, in Bipolar Disorder (BD) lags behind clinical recovery and may be incomplete when acute mood symptoms have subsided. We examined impact of cognition on work status and underemployment in a sample of 156 Euthymic-BD and 143 controls (HC) who were divided into working/not working groups. Clinical, health, social support, and personality data were collected, and eight cognitive factors were derived from a battery of neuropsychological tests. The HC… CONTINUE READING
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