Psychosocial disability and work role function compared across the long-term course of bipolar I, bipolar II and unipolar major depressive disorders.

@article{Judd2008PsychosocialDA,
  title={Psychosocial disability and work role function compared across the long-term course of bipolar I, bipolar II and unipolar major depressive disorders.},
  author={Lewis L. Judd and Pamela J. Schettler and David A. Solomon and Jack D. Maser and William Coryell and Jean M Endicott and Hagop Souren Akiskal},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2008},
  volume={108 1-2},
  pages={49-58}
}
OBJECTIVE The research literature on psychosocial disability and work in mood disorders has either focused on relatively short-term course, or did not consider direct comparisons of these domains across all three of the affective subtypes of bipolar I (BP-I), bipolar II (BP-II), and unipolar major depressive disorders (UP-MDD). METHODS Mean composite measures of psychosocial impairment and months at specific levels of overall and work impairment were compared for 158 BP-I, 133 BP-II, and 358… CONTINUE READING