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Contrary to the investigators' hypotheses, it was found that current co-occurring substance use disorders could significantly predict the likelihood of recovery from an episode of bipolar depression, as well as the time to recovery.
Investigators examined the association between eye movement, which is a neuropsychological measure impaired in schizophrenia, and work hours.
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