volume 185, issue 12, P748-754 1997
DOI: 10.1097/00005053-199712000-00005
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Abstract: Cognitive functioning in the nonsymptomatic phase and the long-term cognitive outcome of patients with mood disorders are both heuristic and important clinical issues in the study of mood disorders. Literature findings are inconsistent because of design confounds. We tried to address these issues while controlling for several confounds including age, education, gender differences in neurobehavioral functioning, and diagnosis. Nonsymptomatic patients with a history of chronic unipolar depression and bipolar aff…

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