Negative expressed emotion best discriminates families with bipolar disorder children.

@article{Nader2013NegativeEE,
  title={Negative expressed emotion best discriminates families with bipolar disorder children.},
  author={Edmir C G P Nader and Ana Kleinman and Bernardo Carram{\~a}o Gomes and Claudia Bruscagin and Bernardo dos Santos and Mark A Nicoletti and Jair C. Soares and Beny Lafer and Sheila Cavalcante Caetano},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2013},
  volume={148 2-3},
  pages={418-23}
}
BACKGROUND Children and adolescents with bipolar disorder (BD) live in family environments with high levels of expressed emotion (EE), conflict, and tension; as well as low maternal warmth and cohesion. These family characteristics have been evaluated in research settings using different scales. Nonetheless, empirically supported assessment instruments are… CONTINUE READING