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OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the outcome of bipolar disorder in the context of maintenance pharmacotherapy. METHOD: Eighty-two bipolar outpatients were followed prospectively for a mean of 4.3 years (minimum of 2 years); symptom rating and psychosocial outcome scales were...
OBJECTIVE: The authors examined the relationships among history of previous assault, severity of rape, acute plasma cortisol level after rape, and development of rape-related post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). METHOD: Blood samples were drawn from 37 adult female rape victims within 51 hours...
OBJECTIVE: The authors examined ambulatory ECG changes during panic attacks in patients with panic disorder. METHOD: Ten otherwise healthy women with panic disorder and complaints of chest pain during panic attacks underwent a symptom-limited exercise test on a treadmill and then wore an...
OBJECTIVE: This study investigated the stability of behavioral and emotional problems from adolescence into young adulthood. METHOD: Subjects from the general population (N = 459), aged 13-16 years, were evaluated initially with the Child Behavior Checklist (completed by parents) and 8 years...
OBJECTIVE: Sleep disturbance is an important dimension of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but most of the limited available data were obtained years after the original traumatic event. This study provides information on sleep disturbance and its relationship to posttraumatic morbidity from...
OBJECTIVE: It is well recognized that patients with anorexia nervosa have perfectionistic and obsessive behaviors. This study investigated whether such behaviors persist after recovery. METHOD: Twenty subjects who had recovered from anorexia nervosa were recruited for the study. They had been at...
OBJECTIVE: Diagnoses obtained by family history agree only modestly with those obtained through personal interview. If personal interview diagnoses are the "gold standard," these findings suggest that family history diagnoses have low validity. Here the authors take another perspective--to...
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