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Neurobiology Of Risk For Bipolar Disorder

Research Summary | July 21, 2017

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Key Messages Tools that would facilitate early diagnosis, intervention, and prevention of new bipolar episodes may be of benefit to patients with bipolar disorder or who may develop bipolar disorder and their healthcare providers. Neurocognitive assessments in family members of patients with bipolar disorder have identified deficits in executive function; response inhibition; verbal memory; learning…

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