9 edition of Cognitive dysfunction in bipolar disorder found in the catalog.
Cognitive dysfunction in bipolar disorder
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Joseph F. Goldberg, Katherine E. Burdick.|
|Contributions||Goldberg, Joseph F., 1963-, Burdick, Katherine E., 1972-|
|LC Classifications||RC516 .C62 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008014109|
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Cognitive Dysfunction in Bipolar Disorder: A Guide for Clinicians reviews the issue of cognitive dysfunction in bipolar disorder and presents useful clinical material, including treatment effects and the differential diagnosis of ADHD and bipolar disorder.
The experts who contributed to this volume have done an excellent job of synthesizing research findings and making them clinically by: Those living with bipolar disorder can also have cognitive deficit symptoms, yet it's not often discussed.
Here's a look at how bipolar disorder can lead to cognitive decline. dysfunction. A growing body of clinical and experimental evidence shows that neurocognitive dysfunction is a fundamental -- yet frequently ignored or misidentified -- component of bipolar disorder.
The first comprehensive book of its kind, Cognitive Dysfunction in Bipolar Disorder: A Brand: American Psychiatric Publishing, Incorporated. Cognitive dysfunction as a core feature in the course of bipolar affective disorder (BPD) is a current subject of debate and represents an important source of psychosocial and functional burden.
Objectives. To stand out the connection and clinical implications between cognitive dysfunction, dementia, and BPD. Methods. A nonsystematic review of Cited by: This book should be read by anyone trying to optimize treatment of bipolar disorder through the use of cognitive-behavioral therapy.
In fact it should be read both Cited by: Get this from a library. Cognitive dysfunction in bipolar disorder: a guide for clinicians.
[Joseph F Goldberg; Katherine E Burdick;] -- A growing body of clinical and experimental evidence shows that neurocognitive dysfunction is a fundamental--yet frequently ignored or misidentified--component of bipolar disorder.
This comprehensive. Cognitive Dysfunction in Bipolar Disorder reviews this literature as it relates to bipolar disorder and provides a road map for future research. The target audience is clinicians, and the editors clearly made an effort to structure the book to address questions that may occur to clinicians as they try to integrate this recent research into the Author: Daniel Schneider.
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It would take an entire book to list all the possible causes of cognitive disorders and the causes of what is often referred to as cognitive dysfunction. Cognitive dysfunction is a change in thinking like the changes that happen in cognitive disorders but is not a diagnosable disorder like dementia.
Provide an overview of how bipolar disorder affects cognitive function in patients. MEDLINE and PsycInfo data bases were searched for articles indexed by the combinations of MESH term or key word.
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In bipolar disorder, the focus is typically on mood episodes, but cognitive function plays a huge role in the illness. “Cognitive function” is the technical word for how the brain processes Author: Larae Labouff. Free Online Library: Cognitive dysfunction in bipolar disorder; a guide for clinicians.(Brief article, Book review) by "SciTech Book News"; Publishing industry Library and information science Science and technology, general Books Book reviews.
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Cognitive Dysfunction in Bipolar Disorder is the first comprehensive book of its kind. it compiles the latest data in neuropsychology, neuroimaging, neurogenetics, and functional outcomes research to enable clinicians to more effectively utilize pharmacological and psychotherapeutic techniques in their treatment of bipolar disorder.
Cognitive dysfunction in the form of alterations in the processes and neural circuits underlying a broad range of cognitive processes, such as attention, memory, and problem solving, is characteristic of bipolar disorder 51 during acute and interepisode periods and is associated with poorer functional and psychosocial outcome.
52 Given that. NEUROCOGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN BIPOLAR DISORDER. In the last decade we have seen that cognitive impairment is a core feature of bipolar illness.
Cognitive deficits persist during euthymia and may include attention, executive function, and verbal memory impairment .These cognitive dysfunctions may reflect abnormal activation patterns in the brain [6, 7], involving the Cited by: Memantine, a common drug used to treat Alzheimer's disease, was found to improve cognitive dysfunction in bipolar disorder, according to new research presented at Author: Traci Pedersen.
Bipolar disorder is an episodic affective illness, once believed to involve complete inter-episode remission. More recent data have highlighted the presence of persistent symptoms during purported periods of Wellness, including subsyndromal affective symptoms and neurocognitive impairment.
These unremitting symptoms are of extreme clinical importance, as they are directly Cited by: cognitive dysfunction. For many years people thought that the cogni-tive problems were secondary to other symptoms, like psychosis, lack of motivation, or unstable mood – but now we know that is not the case.
Cognitive dysfunction is a primary symptom of schizophrenia and some affective disorders. That is why the cognitive problems are File Size: KB. In abnormal psychology, cognitive disorders are mental disorders that develop on the basis of cognitive mental disorder perspective.
The cognitive mental disorder perspective is the theory that psychological disorders originate from an interruption, whether short or long, in our basic cognitive functions, i.e.
memory processing, perception. An individual with cognitive dysfunction may not have the flexibility to see things from different perspectives or shift ideas on how to do things. They may not 'naturally' alter the course of their behavior to suit cognitive abilities. Therefore, compensatory strategies may need to be taught to individuals with cognitive dysfunction.
Bipolar disorder, previously known as manic depression, is a mental disorder characterized by periods of depression and abnormally elevated moods. If the elevated mood is severe or associated with psychosis, it is called mania; if it is less severe, it is called hypomania.
During mania, an individual behaves or feels abnormally energetic, happy, or cations: Suicide, self-harm. Buy Cognitive Dysfunction in Bipolar Disorder: A Guide for Clinicians by Joseph F Goldberg (Editor), Katherine Burdick (Editor), Frederick K Goodwin (Foreword by) online at Alibris.
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Bipolar disorder is not caused by a lack of discipline or guidance. Cognitive deficits have been documented in patients with bipolar disorder. Further, it has been suggested that the degree and type of cognitive impairment differ between bipolar I and bipolar II disorder, but data is conflicting and remains inconclusive.
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This timely book, edited by two leaders in clinical and laboratory studies of cognition in bipolar disorder, provides practical information to aid clinicians in application of cur-rent knowledge of the forms of cognitive dysfunction in bipo-lar disorders.
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Everyday low Author: Joseph F. Goldberg, Katherine Burdick. The cognitive problems associated with bipolar disorder can be relatively subtle, particularly in bipolar II (rather than bipolar I) disorder, and mainly involve problems with attentional processing, verbal memory and planning/organization.
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Bipolar disorder is a mental illness that causes dramatic shifts in a person’s mood, energy and ability to think clearly. People with bipolar experience high and low moods—known as mania and depression—which differ from the typical ups-and-downs most people experience.
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Cognitive distortions are at the core of what many cognitive-behavioral and other kinds of therapists try and help a person learn to change in psychotherapy.
By learning to correctly identify this kind of thinking a person can then answer the negative thinking back, and refute it. Bipolar Disorder and Cognitive Impairment.
Imagine if your moods changed rapidly, swinging back and forth between elation and sadness. You might find yourself depressed one day and highly. Managing the cognitive difficulties experienced in bipolar disorder poses a significant challenge to patients, relatives, researchers and clinicians.
This book equips readers with a thorough understanding of these cognitive deficits and, importantly, the usefulness of current treatment approaches, such as remediation, to improve functional Cited by: 6. A disorder that affects the life of the patient and his relatives in a very negative way.
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Michael Joel Schrift, DO, MA, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, in Doody's Book Reviews, April Praise for the book "This compact volume gives a wonderful overview of cognitive-behavioral and psychoeducational treatments for patients with bipolar disorder, along with clear guidance on pharmacotherapeutic interventions.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy for bipolar disorders in adolescents: a pilot study Bipolar disorder (BP) is a chronic, debilitating psychiatric condition, which aﬀects approximately 1% of the population. BP is associated with comorbid psychiatric disabilities and substance .Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) focuses on how you think and act and the connection between your thoughts, behaviors, and emotions.
CBT is used to treat bipolar disorder because it has been proven effective in the treatment of unipolar depression and preventing relapse of unipolar depression; because it is also successfully used to treat other mental health problems such as anxiety.
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