Verbal memory performance of patients with a first depressive episode and patients with unipolar and bipolar recurrent depression.

@article{Fossati2004VerbalMP,
  title={Verbal memory performance of patients with a first depressive episode and patients with unipolar and bipolar recurrent depression.},
  author={Philippe Fossati and Philippe-Olivier Harvey and Guillaume le Bastard and Anne M Ergis and Roland Jouvent and Jean François Allilaire},
  journal={Journal of psychiatric research},
  year={2004},
  volume={38 2},
  pages={
          137-44
        }
}
Depression is usually associated with episodic memory impairment. The main clinical features of depression associated with that memory impairment are not clearly defined. The main goal of that study was to assess the role of the diagnostic subtypes and the number of depressive episodes on the memory performance of acute unipolar (UP) and bipolar (BP) depressed patients.Twenty-three patients with a first major depressive episode (FE), 28 patients meeting DSM-IV criteria for UP recurrent… CONTINUE READING
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