The prevalence and effect of life events in 222 bipolar I and II patients: a prospective, naturalistic 4 year follow-up study.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Life events may very well increase the likelihood of affective episodes in bipolar disorder, but prospective data on survival are inconsistent. METHODS The authors examined the prevalence of negative and goal-attainment life events within 6 months prior to the index episode and after the index episode and their impact on the risk of relapse… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jad.2014.08.043

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