Reliability and validity of TEMPS-A in a Japanese non-clinical population: application to unipolar and bipolar depressives.

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BACKGROUND In Japan, TEMPS-A has gathered much attention, because Kraepelin's concepts on "fundamental states" of mood disorder and temperaments have been widely respected. METHOD TEMPS-A was translated into Japanese (and after the approval of the English back translation by H.S.A.), it was administered to 1391 non-clinical subjects, and 29 unipolar and… (More)

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@article{Matsumoto2005ReliabilityAV, title={Reliability and validity of TEMPS-A in a Japanese non-clinical population: application to unipolar and bipolar depressives.}, author={Satoko Matsumoto and Tsuyoshi Akiyama and Hitoshi Tsuda and Yuko Miyake and Y. Kawamura and Toshie Noda and Kareen K. Akiskal and Hagop Souren Akiskal}, journal={Journal of affective disorders}, year={2005}, volume={85 1-2}, pages={85-92} }