Manpreet K Singh
Affiliation: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
- Obstetrical complications in children at high risk for bipolar disorderManpreet K Singh
Center for Bipolar Disorders Research, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, and Cincinnati Children s Hospital Medical Center, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Cincinnati, OH 45267 0559, United States
J Psychiatr Res 41:680-5. 2007..Additionally, within this "at-risk" (AR) sample, we hypothesized that obstetrical complications would be associated with the development of psychiatric disorders...
- Psychopathology in children of bipolar parentsManpreet K Singh
Division of Bipolar Disorders Research, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
J Affect Disord 102:131-6. 2007..Few studies have examined the psychopathological profiles of child offspring of bipolar parents. Such investigations are useful as a first step to identifying potential prodromal manifestations of bipolar disorder...
- Co-occurrence of bipolar and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorders in childrenManpreet K Singh
Division of Bipolar Disorders Research, Department of Psychiatry, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, 231 Bethesda Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45267, USA
Bipolar Disord 8:710-20. 2006..g., psychostimulants) lead to the onset of pediatric BPD; and (iv) ADHD and BPD share an underlying biological etiology (i.e., a common familial or genetic risk or underlying neurophysiology)...
- Acute dystonia associated with aripiprazole in a childManpreet K Singh
J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 46:306-7. 2007
- Medical management of pediatric mood disordersManpreet K Singh
Division of Bipolar Disorders Research, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, OH 45267 0559, USA
Pediatr Ann 36:552-63. 2007
- Neuroanatomical characterization of child offspring of bipolar parentsManpreet K Singh
Department of Psychiatry, Division of Bipolar Disorders Research, University of Cincinnati, OH 45267 0559, USA
J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 47:526-31. 2008..We hypothesized that at-risk (AR) children would exhibit abnormalities in brain regions that are involved in mood regulation...