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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 21, Number 2, April 2009

Doing our best to ‘do no harm’
pp. 49-49(1)
Author: Malhi, Gin S.

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Commentary on Lòpez-Muñoz and Alamo
pp. 54-57(4)
Authors: Robertson, Michael; Walter, Garry

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A review of EEG and ERP studies in bipolar disorder
pp. 58-66(9)
Authors: Degabriele, Racheal; Lagopoulos, Jim

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Rey Visual Design Learning Test performance correlates with white matter structure
pp. 67-74(8)
Authors: Begré, Stefan; Kiefer, Claus; von Känel, Roland; Frommer, Angela; Federspiel, Andrea

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Visuospatial encoding deficits and compensatory strategies in schizophrenia revealed by eye movement analysis during a working memory task
pp. 75-83(9)
Authors: Cocchi, Luca; Bosisio, Francesca; Berchtold, André; Orita, Alina; Debbané, Martin; Wood, Stephen J.; Schenk, Françoise

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Obesity and metabolic syndrome in Brazilian patients with bipolar disorder
pp. 84-88(5)
Authors: de Almeida, Karla Mathias; de Macedo-Soares, Márcia B.; Kluger Issler, Cilly; Antonio Amaral, José; Caetano, Sheila C.; da Silva Dias, Rodrigo; Lafer, Beny

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Going green …
pp. 89-90(2)
Author: Lampe, Lisa

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Connectivity
pp. 91-92(2)
Authors: Das, Pritha; Lagopoulos, Jim

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The therapeutic alliance: is it necessary or sufficient to engender positive outcomes?
pp. 95-98(4)
Authors: Macneil, Craig A.; Hasty, Melissa K.; Evans, Melanie; Redlich, Cassie; Berk, Michael

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