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Social-Cognitive Bias and Depressive Symptoms in Outpatients with Bipolar Disorder

Table 4

Scores in the AIHQ subscales of the bipolar patients in state of euthymia, with subsyndromal depressive symptoms and clinical depression.

AIHQEuthymia1
Subsyndromal depression2
Clinical depression3
Kruskal wallis Mann whitney
M (SD)M (SD)M (SD)

AIHQHB1.63 (.37)1.87 (.57)2.36 (.55)6.44 (.04)*

AIHQIS3.09 (.45)3.21 (1)3.7 (.56)3.97 (.14)

AIHQAS2.61 (.78)2.99 (.71)3.31 (.64)5.11 (.08)

AIHQBS2.62 (.68)2.89 (.82)3.28 (.59)4.18 (.12)

AIHQAB1.59 (.37)2.13 (.68)2.39 (.66)8.67 (.01)*


1–3 = comparison euthymia—clinical depression; 1-2 = comparison euthymia—subsyndromal depressive symptoms; 2-3 = comparison subsyndromal depressive symptoms—clinical depression. ( ; for Bonferroni correction.)

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