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Cognitive impairment in bipolar affective disorder: implications for the bipolar diathesis

  • I. Nicol Ferrier (a1) and Jill M. Thompson (a1)
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Professor I. N. Ferrier, Department of Psychiatry, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4LP, UK. E-mall: i.n.ferrier@ncl.ac.uk
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Cognitive impairment in bipolar affective disorder: implications for the bipolar diathesis

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