Self-reported cognitive problems predict employment trajectory in patients with bipolar I disorder.

  title={Self-reported cognitive problems predict employment trajectory in patients with bipolar I disorder.},
  author={Alison M Gilbert and Thomas M Olino and Patricia R. Houck and Andrea Fagiolini and David Jerome Kupfer and Ellen Frank},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  volume={124 3},
BACKGROUND Cognitive impairment in bipolar disorder has been associated with poor functional outcomes. We examined the relation of self-reported cognitive problems to employment trajectory in patients diagnosed with bipolar I disorder. METHODS 154 bipolar I disorder patients were followed for 15-43months at the Bipolar Disorders Center for Pennsylvanians. Using a multinomial logistic regression we examined predictors of employment group including self-reported cognitive problems, mood… CONTINUE READING

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