- A prospective 4-5 year follow-up of juvenile onset bipolar disorderRajeev Jairam
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Services, Department of Psychiatry, National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, Bangalore, India
Bipolar Disord 6:386-94. 2004..This study examined the course and outcome of bipolar disorder and assessed the rate and predictors of recovery and relapse in a sample of children and adolescents over a 4-5 year period...
- Comparison of diagnostic guidelines for juvenile bipolar disorderCatherine Cahill
University of Sydney Discipline of Psychological Medicine, Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, Australia
Aust N Z J Psychiatry 41:479-84. 2007..It is recommended that clinicians and researchers need to develop diagnostic guidelines that have clinical salience and can be used for future research by incorporating key features of those that are currently available...
- Do cognitive deficits in juvenile bipolar disorder persist into adulthood?Catherine M Cahill
Academic Discipline of Psychological Medicine, Royal North Shore Hospital, Northern Clinical School, University of Sydney, Australia
J Nerv Ment Dis 195:891-6. 2007..Precise knowledge about when, how, and why these deficits appear requires future research of prodromal changes in neurocognition in childhood and adolescent bipolar disorder...