Long-term outcomes of youth who manifested the CBCL-Pediatric Bipolar Disorder phenotype during childhood and/or adolescence.

@article{Meyer2009LongtermOO,
  title={Long-term outcomes of youth who manifested the CBCL-Pediatric Bipolar Disorder phenotype during childhood and/or adolescence.},
  author={Stephanie E Meyer and Gabrielle A. Carlson and Eric A Youngstrom and Donna S. Ronsaville and Pedro E. Martinez and Philip W. Gold and Rashelle Hakak and Marian Radke-Yarrow},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2009},
  volume={113 3},
  pages={227-35}
}
OBJECTIVE Recent studies have identified a Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) profile that characterizes children with severe aggression, inattention, and mood instability. This profile has been coined the CBCL-Pediatric Bipolar Disorder (PBD) phenotype, because it is commonly seen among children with bipolar disorder. However, mounting evidence suggests that the CBCL-PBD may be a better tool for identifying children with severe functional impairment and broad-ranging psychiatric comorbidities… CONTINUE READING

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