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Featured article: Resilience concepts in psychiatry demonstrated with bipolar disorder

"Rebound, adaptation, and coping are processes that are subsumed within the broader systemic organization of humans, from which ecological resilience emanates. Discerning resilience concepts in psychology and psychiatry has potential for a mechanistically appropriate contextualization of mental disorders at large. This might contribute to a refinement of theory and contextualize clinical practice within the broader systemic functioning of mental illnesses."


  1. Content type: Research


    Authors: Rita Bauer, Tasha Glenn, Sergio Strejilevich, Jörn Conell, Martin Alda, Raffaella Ardau, Bernhard T. Baune, Michael Berk, Yuly Bersudsky, Amy Bilderbeck, Alberto Bocchetta, Angela M. Paredes Castro, Eric Y. W. Cheung, Caterina Chillotti, Sabine Choppin, Alessandro Cuomo…

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Aims and scope

The International Journal of Bipolar Disorders is a peer-reviewed, open access online journal publishing contributions from the broad range of clinical, psychological and biological research in bipolar disorders. It is the official journal of the ECNP-ENBREC (European Network of Bipolar Research Expert Centres) Bipolar Disorders Network, the International Group for the study of Lithium Treated Patients (IGSLi) and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Bipolare Störungen (DGBS) and invites clinicians and researchers from around the globe to submit original research articles, short research communications, reviews, guidelines, case reports and letters to the editor that help to enhance understanding of bipolar disorders. The International Journal of Bipolar Disorders makes all articles freely available to researchers worldwide, ensuring maximum dissemination of content. Content is published online continuously to provide timely communication to the community and keep publication times to a minimum.

Society affiliation

International Journal of Bipolar Disorders is affiliated with IGSLI (International Group for The Study of Lithium Treated Patients)

Abstracting and Indexing News

The International Journal of Bipolar Disorders is now indexed by PubMed Central and Web of Science. All articles will be indexed in both services shortly after publication. Submit your article now!


2017 Journal Metrics

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