Emotional response inhibition in bipolar disorder: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study of trait- and state-related abnormalities.

@article{Hummer2013EmotionalRI,
  title={Emotional response inhibition in bipolar disorder: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study of trait- and state-related abnormalities.},
  author={Tom A Hummer and Leslie A. Hulvershorn and Harish Karne and Abigail D Gunn and Yang Wang and Amit Anand},
  journal={Biological psychiatry},
  year={2013},
  volume={73 2},
  pages={136-43}
}
BACKGROUND Impaired response inhibition and poor impulse control are hallmarks of the manic phase of bipolar disorder but are also present during depressive and, to a lesser degree, euthymic periods. The neural mechanisms underlying these impairments are poorly understood, including how mechanisms are related to bipolar trait or state effects. METHODS One-hundred four unmedicated participants with bipolar mania (BM) (n = 30), bipolar depression (BD) (n = 30), bipolar euthymia (BE) (n = 14… CONTINUE READING

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