The longitudinal course of sleep timing and circadian preferences in adults with bipolar disorder.

@article{Seleem2015TheLC,
  title={The longitudinal course of sleep timing and circadian preferences in adults with bipolar disorder.},
  author={Mohammad Abdel-Hakeem Seleem and John A Merranko and Tina R Goldstein and Benjamin I Goldstein and David Axelson and David A. Brent and Vishwajit L. Nimgaonkar and Rasim Somer Diler and Dara J Sakolsky and David Jerome Kupfer and Boris B Birmaher},
  journal={Bipolar disorders},
  year={2015},
  volume={17 4},
  pages={392-402}
}
OBJECTIVES To study the longitudinal course of sleep timing and circadian preferences in individuals with bipolar disorder (BP) compared to individuals with non-BP psychopathology and healthy controls. METHODS Individuals with bipolar I and bipolar II disorder (n = 257), non-BP psychopathology (n = 105), and healthy controls (n = 55) (mean age 40.2 years, 21.3% male, 85.1% Caucasian) were followed on average every 27 months for a mean of four years. Sleep timing parameters and circadian… CONTINUE READING
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