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Cognitive Functions In Bipolar Manic, Depressed & Remission Episodes

Research Summary | May 11, 2017

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Key Messages This study evaluated cognitive function in men with bipolar disorder (BD) during mood disorder episodes and remission compared with healthy control participants. Using various assessment tools, the investigators found poorer cognitive outcomes overall (including impairments in attention, memory, learning, and information processing) among patients with BD with a current manic or depressive mood…

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