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Will the child with mania please stand up?

  • Gabrielle A. Carlson (a1)
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Rates of bipolar disorder in any sample will depend on the sample studied, the interview used, with whom, how the information is integrated, the criteria applied, and the conceptualisation of a manic episode and its symptoms. A cross-national diagnostic study is needed to determine the implications of different approaches and definitions.

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Will the child with mania please stand up?

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