The impact of subclinical psychosis on the transition from subclinicial mania to bipolar disorder.

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BACKGROUND In the general population, symptoms of mania and psychosis are more broadly distributed than their associated clinical syndromes. Little is known, however, about how these subclinical population phenotypes co-vary with and impact on each other. METHOD In a representative population cohort of 7076 adults, prevalence of mania and psychosis… (More)

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@article{Kaymaz2007TheIO, title={The impact of subclinical psychosis on the transition from subclinicial mania to bipolar disorder.}, author={Nil Kaymaz and Jim J. van Os and Ron de Graaf and Margreet Ten Have and Willem A. Nolen and L. C. Krabbendam}, journal={Journal of affective disorders}, year={2007}, volume={98 1-2}, pages={55-64} }