Seasonal changes, sleep length and circadian preference among twins with bipolar disorder
- Down and up at fifty-five. Fenigsohn, Harvey // Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal;Fall1999, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p181
Relates the life of a manic-depressive psychoses person in the United States. Impact of unemployment state on psychological well-being; Confinement at the mental hospital for depression; Clinical signs of manic-depressive psychoses; Triumph over the episode of misery; Signs of recovery from...
- Anesthetizing the Devil. // Time;3/13/1950, Vol. 55 Issue 11, p56
The article reveals that the New York State Department of Mental Hygiene has announced that it had developed a less painful way of bringing on the coma that relaxes manic-depressive patients.
- Manic-depressive with psychotic features. Miller, Christopher // New England Review (10531297);Fall98, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p102
Relates the author's scrutiny of two manic-depressive people called `D' and `A' with psychotic features. Charisma of manic-depressives; `D''s familiarity with many subjects; `D''s messianic delusion; `A''s claim to be the `spiritual bride' of singer Jackson Browne.
- INFLUENCE OF STIMULUS DISTANCE IN IMPLICIT LEARNING OF SPATIAL AND NONSPATIAL EVENT SEQUENCES. Rüsseler, Jascha; Münte, Thomas F.; Rösler, Frank // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Dec2002, Vol. 95 Issue 3, p973
Type I bipolar patients in Budapest were reported to have type O blood more often and types A and B blood less often than Type II bipolar patients.
- The Family Plot. Singh, Pariksith // Cortlandt Forum;10/25/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p62
Relates the author's misgivings about his decision to have an old and rich woman hospitalized in a psychiatric institution after diagnosing her as having bipolar disorder. Symptoms; Woman's claims about her family's alleged plot against her; Woman's loss of financial resources after being...
- Sleep in Depression and Mania. Platman, S. R.; Fieve, R. R. // British Journal of Psychiatry;Feb70, Vol. 116 Issue 531, p219
The article presents a study on sleep in depressed and hypomanic or manic patients. The study evaluated 52 manic-depressive patients, of which 31 were depressed and 21 were hypomanic or manic, with history of affective episodes. A night staff observes and rates the sleeping behavior of these...
- Bipolar disorder: How it can affect your workers. // Legal Alert for Supervisors;9/23/2011, Vol. 7 Issue 153, p3
The article offers tips on how to manage a co-worker who has bipolar disorder including helping him or her concentrate, providing clear instructions and preparing for mood swings.
- CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS IN MANIC-DEPRESSIVE PSYCHOSIS. Heymann, Klaus // British Journal of Psychiatry;Feb70, Vol. 116 Issue 531, p238
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article that discussed the circadian rhythm changes among manic-depressive patients and published in the August 1969 issue.
- Untitled. Taylor, Michael A. // British Journal of Psychiatry;Feb70, Vol. 116 Issue 531, p239
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article that discussed the water and electrolyte circadian rhythm changes in female manic-depressive patients and published in the August 1969 issue.