Progression in Treatment of Bipolar Disorders

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), the world's leading mental health biomedical research organization, conducts and supports studies on the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of bipolar disorder. A variety of research approaches are being used, including neuroscience studies on sensitivity and basic science approaches to brain and behaviour, genetic investigations of impulsivity traits and clinical pharmacoepidemiological studies cognitive style: clinical research of its demographic and risk factors.

  • Behavioral approach system
  • Behavioral inhibition system
  • System sensitivity
  • Impusivity traits
  • Cognitive style
  • Screening procedures
  • Demographic and risk factors
  • New advances in drugs

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