The psychoeducational impact on cognitive inhibition among euthymic bipolar patients

@inproceedings{Novak2010ThePI,
  title={The psychoeducational impact on cognitive inhibition among euthymic bipolar patients},
  author={Tatjana Novak},
  year={2010}
}
Bipolar disorder is characterized by recurrent episodes of mania, depression and intermittent periods of euthymia. Emotional dysregulation and impaired aspects of executive functions are variably persistent across all mood states (Nordenson, Gruber, & Yurgelun-Todd, 2004). As both functions rely on reciprocal connections between limbic structures, the prefrontal cortex and striatum (Savitz, Solms, & Ramesar, 2005), cognitive-emotional interference is attributed to diminished cognitive control… CONTINUE READING
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