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Walshe, M,Schulze, KK,Stahl, D,Hall, MH,Chaddock, C,Morris, R,Marshall, N,McDonald, C,Murray, RM,Bramon, E,Kravariti, E
2012
August
Psychiatry Research
Sustained attention in bipolar I disorder patients with familial psychosis and their first-degree relatives
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Endophenotype Rapid visual processing Family study NEUROCOGNITIVE ENDOPHENOTYPES SCHIZOPHRENIA DEFICITS ASSOCIATION SIBLINGS CHILDREN MEMORY
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Sustained attention (SA) was examined in patients with familial, psychotic Bipolar Disorder (BD) (n=43), their non-bipolar, non-psychotic relatives (n=44) and controls (n=47). Patients were impaired compared to relatives, but the latter did not differ from controls. Having a relative with familial, psychotic BD does not confer risk for SA deficits. (C) 2012 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.
DOI 10.1016/j.psychres.2012.03.018
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