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

Table 5

Scores in the AIHQ subscales of the bipolar patients in state of euthymia, with subsyndromal depressive symptoms and clinical depression (after subtracting patients with SAD, ).

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

AIHQHB24.87 (5.79)29.08 (8.09)34 (8.51)4.54 (.10)

AIHQIS47 (6.56)48.85 (15.22)53.6 (7.92)2.58 (.28)

AIHQAS40.33 (11.47)44.77 (11.12)49.2 (10.76)3.11 (.21)

AIHQBS41 (8.71)42.23 (11.91)49 (9.92)2.6 (.27)

AIHQAB24.4 (5.68)32.54 (10.35)33.6 (9.21)6.22 (.04)


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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