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Functional outcome and social cognition in bipolar disorder: Is there a connection?

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Summary of "Functional outcome and social cognition in bipolar disorder: Is there a connection?"

Interest in social cognition in bipolar disorder (BD) has increased considerably over the past decade, with studies highlighting major impairments, especially in mental state reasoning, even during euthymia. A causal relationship between social cognition deficits and social functioning has already been established in individuals with schizophrenia, but there is still little information about links between social cognition and social functioning in BD. Our aim was therefore to review the relationship between functional outcome and social cognition in patients with BD.

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Name: European psychiatry : the journal of the Association of European Psychiatrists
ISSN: 1778-3585
Pages: 116-125

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