Mood monitoring in bipolar disorder: Is it always helpful?Citation formats

  • External authors:
  • Jasper E. Palmier-Claus
  • Fiona Lobban
  • Steve Jones
  • Elizabeth Tyler
  • Christopher Lodge
  • Samantha Bowe
  • Alyson Dodd
  • Kim Wright

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Mood monitoring in bipolar disorder: Is it always helpful? / Palmier-Claus, Jasper E.; Lobban, Fiona; Mansell, Warren; Jones, Steve; Tyler, Elizabeth; Lodge, Christopher; Bowe, Samantha; Dodd, Alyson; Wright, Kim.

In: Bipolar disorders, 02.02.2021.

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Harvard

Palmier-Claus, JE, Lobban, F, Mansell, W, Jones, S, Tyler, E, Lodge, C, Bowe, S, Dodd, A & Wright, K 2021, 'Mood monitoring in bipolar disorder: Is it always helpful?', Bipolar disorders.

APA

Palmier-Claus, J. E., Lobban, F., Mansell, W., Jones, S., Tyler, E., Lodge, C., Bowe, S., Dodd, A., & Wright, K. (Accepted/In press). Mood monitoring in bipolar disorder: Is it always helpful? Bipolar disorders.

Vancouver

Palmier-Claus JE, Lobban F, Mansell W, Jones S, Tyler E, Lodge C et al. Mood monitoring in bipolar disorder: Is it always helpful? Bipolar disorders. 2021 Feb 2.

Author

Palmier-Claus, Jasper E. ; Lobban, Fiona ; Mansell, Warren ; Jones, Steve ; Tyler, Elizabeth ; Lodge, Christopher ; Bowe, Samantha ; Dodd, Alyson ; Wright, Kim. / Mood monitoring in bipolar disorder: Is it always helpful?. In: Bipolar disorders. 2021.

Bibtex

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