Temperament and personality in bipolar I patients with and without mixed episodes.

@article{Roettig2007TemperamentAP,
  title={Temperament and personality in bipolar I patients with and without mixed episodes.},
  author={Doerthe Roettig and Stephan Roettig and Peter Brieger and Andreas Marneros},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2007},
  volume={104 1-3},
  pages={97-102}
}
BACKGROUND Personality and temperament are supposed to have an impact on the clinical expression and course of an affective disorder. There is some indication, that mixed episodes result from an admixture of inverse temperamental factors to a manic syndrome. In a preliminary report [Brieger, P., Roettig, S., Ehrt, U., Wenzel, A., Bloink, R., Marneros, A., 2003. TEMPS-a scale in 'mixed' and 'pure' manic episodes: new data and methodological considerations on the relevance of joint anxious… CONTINUE READING