Prodromes, coping strategies and course of illness in bipolar affective disorder--a naturalistic study.

@article{Lam2001ProdromesCS,
  title={Prodromes, coping strategies and course of illness in bipolar affective disorder--a naturalistic study.},
  author={Dominic H. Lam and Grace Wong and P. C. Sham},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  year={2001},
  volume={31 8},
  pages={
          1397-402
        }
}
BACKGROUND Psychosocial interventions for bipolar patients often include teaching patients to recognize prodromal symptoms and tackle them early. This prospective study set out to investigate which bipolar prodromal symptoms were reported frequently and reliably over a period of 18 months. Furthermore, we have also investigated which types of coping strategies were related to good outcome. METHOD Forty bipolar patients were interviewed for their bipolar prodromal symptoms and their coping… CONTINUE READING

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