Cognitive processes and attitudes in bipolar disorder: A study into personality, dysfunctional attitudes and attention bias in patients with bipolar disorder and their relatives

Nienke Jabben*, Baer Arts, Ellen M. M. Jongen, Fren T. Y. Smulders, Jim van Os, Lydia Krabbendam

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