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Remitted bipolar patients were compared to remitted unipolar patients and healthy controls on a self concept task assessing degree of self- compartmentalization (clustering of self-aspects based on valence) and self-complexity (the degree of relatedness versus differentiation across self-aspects). Similar to the findings of Taylor et al. (Cognitive Therapy and Research, 31(1), 83-96, 2007) the bipolar and unipolar groups showed higher levels of self compartmentalization than healthy controls. No differences were found on the self complexity measure. © 2010 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC.

Original publication

DOI

10.1007/s10608-010-9315-1

Type

Journal article

Journal

Cognitive Therapy and Research

Publication Date

01/10/2010

Volume

34

Pages

479 - 486