The longitudinal course of bipolar disorder as revealed through weekly text messaging: a feasibility study.

  title={The longitudinal course of bipolar disorder as revealed through weekly text messaging: a feasibility study.},
  author={Jedediah M Bopp and David J. Miklowitz and Guy M. Goodwin and W. Ross Stevens and Jennifer M Rendell and John R. Geddes},
  journal={Bipolar disorders},
  volume={12 3},
OBJECTIVES To examine the feasibility of collecting course of illness data from patients with bipolar I and II disorder, using weekly text-messaged mood ratings, and to examine the time trajectory of symptom ratings based on this method of self-report. METHODS A total of 62 patients with bipolar I (n = 47) or II (n = 15) disorder provided mood data in response to weekly cell phone text messages (n = 54) or e-mail prompts (n = 8). Participants provided weekly ratings using the Altman Self… CONTINUE READING
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