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Dr Mary Tacchi
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
A comparative study of strategies for identifying credible sources of mental health information online: Can clinical services deliver a youth-specific internet prescription?2022
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
A systematic review and meta-analysis of sleep and circadian rhythms disturbances in individuals at high-risk of developing or with early onset of bipolar disorders2022
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Can network analysis of self-reported psychopathology shed light on the core phenomenology of bipolar disorders in adolescents and young adults?2021
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Circadian depression: A mood disorder phenotype2021
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Consensus on nomenclature for clinical staging models in bipolar disorder: A narrative review from the International Society for Bipolar Disorders (ISBD) Staging Task Force2021
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Neurobiological and behavioral mechanisms of circadian rhythm disruption in bipolar disorder: A critical multi-disciplinary literature review and agenda for future research from the ISBD task force on chronobiology2021
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Neurobiology Youth Follow-up Study: Protocol to establish a longitudinal and prospective research database using multimodal assessments for current and past mental health treatment-seeking young people within an early intervention service2021
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
An examination of the quality and performance of the Alda scale for classifying lithium response phenotypes2020
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Dr David Cousins
Make lithium great again – Precisely!2020
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Modelling associations between neurocognition and functional course in young people with emerging mental disorders: a longitudinal cohort study2020
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Modelling change in neurocognition, symptoms and functioning in young people with emerging mental disorders2020
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Psychopathological outcomes of adolescent borderline personality disorder symptoms2020
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Can consumer grade activity devices replace research grade actiwatches in youth mental health settings?2019
Dr Mary Tacchi
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Is there an association between cardiorespiratory fitness and stage of illness in psychotic disorders? A systematic review and meta-analysis2019
Dr Mary Tacchi
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Predictive validity of objective measures of physical fitness for the new onset of mental disorders in adolescents and young adults2019
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Professor Andrew Blamire
Dr David Cousins
Faye Smith
Professor Peter Thelwall
et al.
Prospective cohort study of early biosignatures of response to lithium in bipolar-I-disorders: overview of the H2020-funded R-LiNK initiative2019
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Binge eating behaviours in bipolar disorders2018
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Clinical, neurocognitive and demographic factors associated with functional impairment in the Australian Brain and Mind Youth Cohort Study (2008-2016)2018
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Should we intervene at stage 0? A qualitative study of attitudes of asymptomatic youth at increased risk of developing bipolar disorders and parents with established disease2018
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
A re-examination of antidepressant treatment-emergent mania in bipolar disorders: evidence of gender differences2017
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
A study of the real-world effectiveness of group psychoeducation for bipolar disorders: Is change in illness perception a key mediator of benefit?2017
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
A systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective transition from major depression to bipolar disorder2017
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
A transdiagnostic study of education, employment, and training outcomes in young people with mental illness2017
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Activation in Bipolar Disorders A Systematic Review2017
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Anticonvulsants and suicide attempts in bipolar I disorders2017
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Association between childhood dimensions of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and adulthood clinical severity of bipolar disorders2017
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Dr Iain Macmillan
Bipolar At-Risk Criteria: An Examination of Which Clinical Features Have Optimal Utility for Identifying Youth at Risk of Early Transition from Depression to Bipolar Disorders2017
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Cross-validation of clinical characteristics and treatment patterns associated with phenotypes for lithium response defined by the Alda scale2017
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Differential impact of current diagnosis and clinical stage on attendance at a youth mental health service2017
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Erratum to: A prospective cohort study of depression course, functional disability, and NEET status in help-seeking young adults2017
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Feasibility and Acceptability of the 'HABIT' Group Programme for Comorbid Bipolar and Alcohol and Substance use Disorders2017
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Physical and mental health burden in cases of bipolar disorder classified as current, former, or non-tobacco smokers2017
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Preventing depression in final year secondary students: School-based randomized controlled trial2017
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
The science and practice of psychotherapy: the critical need for quality assurance and vigilance to monitor the ratio of benefits to risks of therapies2017
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Variability of activity patterns across mood disorders and time of day2017
Dr Patrick Keown
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Variation in compulsory psychiatric inpatient admission in England: A cross-classified, multilevel analysis2017
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
A prospective cohort study of depression course, functional disability, and NEET status in help-seeking young adults2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Anxiety disorders are associated with early onset of heroin use and rapid transition to dependence in methadone maintained patients2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Challenges and developments in research of the early stages of bipolar disorder2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Concepts and misconceptions regarding clinical staging models2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Delayed sleep phase: An important circadian subtype of sleep disturbance in bipolar disorders2016
Dr Patrick Keown
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Ethnic density meaning and implications Reply2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Hospital Stay and Engagement in Outpatient Follow-Up After Alcohol Emergency Detox: A 1-Year Comparison Study2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Motor activity as an essential symptom of mania: a consensus-based conceptualisation and systematic review2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Professor Allan Young
Psychotherapies should be assessed for both benefit and harm2016
Dr Patrick Keown
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Rates of voluntary and compulsory psychiatric in-patient treatment in England: an ecological study investigating associations with deprivation and demographics2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Sleep problems in bipolar disorders: more than just insomnia2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Sleep-wake cycle phenotypes in young people with familial and non-familial mood disorders2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Strategies to Identify Individuals at High Risk of Developing First Episode Mania2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Testing models of worry in severe patients with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder: structural invariance using multiple indicators multiple causes method2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
The long-term outcomes of an effectiveness trial of group versus individual psychoeducation for bipolar disorders2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
The role of rumination in illness trajectories in youth: linking trans-diagnostic processes with clinical staging models2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
The role of rumination in illness trajectories in youth: linking trans-diagnostic processes with clinical staging models2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Tracking Clinical and Functional Outcomes in Young People with Emerging Anxiety, Mood or Psychotic Disorders2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Trans-diagnostic Models: From Early Identification to Early Intervention2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Using admixture analysis to examine birth-cohort effects on age at onset of bipolar disorder2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
What can we learn from offspring studies in bipolar disorder?2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
What Next After EIP? An Overview of Possible Service Developments for the Early Stages of Severe Mental Disorders in the UK2016
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Professor Heinz Grunze
Dr Thomas Meyer
Jenny Nendick
Hannah Watkins
et al.
A bipolar II cohort (ABC): The association of functional disability with gender and rapid cycling2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
An evidence map of psychosocial interventions for the earliest stages of bipolar disorder2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
An evidence map of psychosocial interventions for the earliest stages of bipolar disorders2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Clinical barriers to optimal outcomes with lithium: strategies to address the efficacy-effectiveness gap2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Delayed sleep phase identified as a subtype of sleep disturbance in bipolar disorder2015
Emeritus Professor Nicol Ferrier
Professor Hamish McAllister-Williams
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Evidence-based guidelines for treating depressive disorders with antidepressants: A revision of the 2008 British Association for Psychopharmacology guidelines2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Implications and impressions of the ISBD Task Force DSM5 on mixed depression in bipolar disorder2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Insomnia and hypersomnia in bipolar disorder2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Links between sleep and body mass index in bipolar disorders: An exploratory study2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Neural effects of cognitive-behavioural therapy on dysfunctional attitudes in depression2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Neuropsychological and functional outcomes in recent-onset major depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia-spectrum disorders: a longitudinal cohort study2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Predicting bipolar disorder: What can we learn from prospective cohort studies?2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Predicting bipolar disorder: What can we learn from prospective cohort studies? Prédire le trouble bipolaire: Que pouvons-nous apprendre des études prospectives de cohortes?2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Reply: Sleep by actigraphy in patients with remitted bipolar disorders2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Sleep- and circadian rhythm-associated pathways as therapeutic targets in bipolar disorder2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Sleep in patients with remitted bipolar disorders: a meta-analysis of actigraphy studies2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
The evolution of illness representations: a therapeutic lever in psychoeducation2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Trial for the Prevention of Depression (TriPoD) in final-year secondary students: study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Youth Early-intervention Study (YES) - group interventions targeting social participation and physical well-being as an adjunct to treatment as usual: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial2015
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
A cross-sectional exploration of the clinical characteristics of disengaged (NEET) young people in primary mental healthcare2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
A meta-analysis of neuropsychological functioning in first-episode bipolar disorders2014
Jessica Douglas
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
A systematic review of gender-specific rates of unipolar and bipolar disorders in community studies of pre-pubertal children2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Affect intensity measure in bipolar disorders: A multidimensional approach2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Age at onset in bipolar I affective disorder in the USA and Europe2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Cognitive Biases Questionnaire for Psychosis2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Early intervention2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Early Intervention in Bipolar Disorder2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Evidence-based pharmacological treatment of anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder: A revision of the 2005 guidelines from the British Association for Psychopharmacology2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Functional impairment in adolescents and young adults with emerging mood disorders2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
How is affective instability defined and measured? A systematic review2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Neurocognitive performance as an endophenotype for bipolar disorder2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Screening strategies to identify individuals at high risk of developing a bipolar disorder2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Seasonality and bipolar disorder: A systematic review, from admission rates to seasonality of symptoms2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Staging systems in bipolar disorder: an International Society for Bipolar Disorders Task Force Report2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Targets for psychological interventions in offspring of parents with bipolar disorder: findings from a selective review of the literature2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
The application of clinical staging models and 'at risk' criteria to mood disorders2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
What interventions can be used in high risk offspring? An evidence map of currently available therapies, and their potential for preventing disease onset or progression2014
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Dr Iain Macmillan
Adolescents and young adults who are not in employment, education, or training2013
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Dr Iain Macmillan
Adolescents and young adults who are not in employment, education, or training2013
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Bipolar Disorder with Seasonal Pattern: Clinical Characteristics and Gender Influences2013
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Bipolar Mixed States: An International Society for Bipolar Disorders Task Force Report of Symptom Structure, Course of Illness, and Diagnosis2013
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Clinical classification in mental health at the cross-roads: which direction next?2013
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Clinical staging for mental disorders: a new development in diagnostic practice in mental health2013
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Differential effects of depression and mania symptoms on social adjustment: prospective study in bipolar disorder2013
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Duration of untreated bipolar disorder: missed opportunities on the long road to optimal treatment2013
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Evaluating differential developmental trajectories to adolescent-onset mood and psychotic disorders2013
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Group-based trajectory modeling: A novel approach to examining symptom trajectories in acute bipolar episodes2013
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
No effects of eye movements on the encoding of the visuospatial sketchpad and the phonological loop in healthy participants: Possible implications for eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy2013
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Polarity Index of Psychological Interventions in Maintenance Treatment of Bipolar Disorder2013
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Dr Iain Macmillan
The need for specialist services for serious and recurrent mood disorders2013
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
The symptom structure of bipolar acute episodes: In search for the mixing link2013
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Treatment strategies according to clinical features in a naturalistic cohort study of bipolar patients: A principal component analysis of lifetime pharmacological and biophysic treatment options2013
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
A first national survey of knowledge, attitudes and behaviours towards schizophrenia, bipolar disorders and autism in France2012
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
A systematic review of cognitive remediation for schizo-affective and affective disorders2012
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Age at Onset in Bipolar I Affective Disorder in the USA and Europe: Differences in Risk Factors?2012
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Appraisals, psychotic symptoms and affect in daily life2012
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Beyond psychosis: The challenge of early intervention in bipolar disorders2012
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Bipolar disorder2012
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Can bipolar disorder be viewed as a multi-system inflammatory disease?2012
Dr Thomas Meyer
Jessica Douglas
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Do patients with bipolar disorder drink alcohol for different reasons when depressed, manic or euthymic?2012
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
GROUP-based trajectory modeling (GBTM): a good model for understanding patterns of symptom change in acute bipolar mood episodes2012
Dr Mary Tacchi
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Improving the understanding of medication non-adherence among mental health professionals: Findings from a series of UK training workshops2012
Hannah Watkins
Jenny Nendick
Lisa Atkinson
Emeritus Professor Nicol Ferrier
Professor Heinz Grunze
et al.
Investigating impulsivity in bipolar II disorder: more state than trait?2012
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Is processing speed a valid cognitive endophenotype for bipolar disorder?2012
Jenny Nendick
Hannah Watkins
Lisa Atkinson
Emeritus Professor Nicol Ferrier
Professor Heinz Grunze
et al.
Met and unmet needs: evidence of significant health and social problems in bipolar II disorders from the MRC UK, 'ABC' Cohort study2012
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Pre-emptive psychiatric treatments: pipe dream or a realistic outcome of clinical staging models?2012
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
The prognostic role of perceived criticism, medication adherence and family knowledge in bipolar disorders2012
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
A French network of bipolar expert centres: A model to close the gap between evidence-based medicine and routine practice2011
Dr Patrick Keown
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Association between provision of mental illness beds and rate of involuntary admissions in the NHS in England 1988-2008: ecological study2011
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Bipolar disorder: from early identification to personalized treatment2011
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Birth Cohort and Period Effects on Age at Onset in Bipolar I Affective Disorder2011
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Clinical parameters of circadian rhythms in affective disorders2011
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Clinical parameters of circadian rhythms in affective disorders2011
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Consequences of delayed diagnosis of bipolar disorders2011
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Depressive and manic symptoms are not opposite poles in bipolar disorder2011
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Rumination-focused cognitive-behavioural therapy for residual depression: phase II randomised controlled trial2011
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Which psychosocial interventions in bipolar depression ?2011
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
A Critical Update on Psychological Interventions for Bipolar Disorders (vol 11, pg 494, 2009)2010
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Assessment of Adherence Problems in Patients with Serious and Persistent Mental Illness: Recommendations from the Expert Consensus Guidelines2010
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
CHoice of Outcome In Cbt for psychosEs (CHOICE): The Development of a New Service User-Led Outcome Measure of CBT for Psychosis2010
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Cognitive style, personality and vulnerability to postnatal depression2010
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Erratum: A critical update on psychological interventions for bipolar disorders (Current Psychiatry Reports DOI: 10.1007/s11920-009-0075-0)2010
Dr Sangahalli Sreenath
Dr Mary Tacchi
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Medication adherence in crisis?2010
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Psychosocial treatments for bipolar disorder: cost-effectiveness, mediating mechanisms, and future directions2010
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Strategies for Addressing Adherence Problems in Patients with Serious and Persistent Mental Illness: Recommendations from the Expert Consensus Guidelines2010
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Professor Cam Donaldson
Subregional hippocampal deformations in major depressive disorder2010
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
The MRC UK pragmatic effectiveness trial of CBT for severe and recurrent bipolar disorders: clouds and silver linings2010
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
A critical update on psychological interventions for bipolar disorders2009
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Evidence-based guidelines for treating bipolar disorder: revised second edition, recommendations from the British Association for Psychopharmacology2009
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Impulsivity, personality and bipolar disorder2009
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Is psychological treatment effective in bipolar disorders?2009
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Long-Term Mental Health Resource Utilization and Cost of Care Following Group Psychoeducation or Unstructured Group Support for Bipolar Disorders: A Cost-Benefit Analysis2009
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Neurocognitive Dysfunctions in Euthymic Bipolar Patients With and Without Prior History of Alcohol Use2009
Dr Aditya Sharma
Dr Joanne Neely
Professor Ann Le Couteur
Professor Heinz Grunze
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
et al.
Study of pediatric bipolar disorder in UK and ROI: development of a case definition and pilot data from North East England2009
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
The Expert Consensus Guideline Series: Adherence Problems in Patients with Serious and Persistent Mental Illness Introduction2009
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Treatment Nonadherence and Neurocognitive Impairment in Bipolar Disorder2009
Dr Thomas Meyer
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Mood Disorders2008
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Cognitive-behavioural therapy for severe mental disorders: Back to the future?2008
Emeritus Professor Nicol Ferrier
Professor Hamish McAllister-Williams
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Evidence-based guidelines for treating depressive disorders with antidepressants: A revision of the 2000 British Association for Psychopharmacology guidelines2008
Dr Thomas Meyer
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Mood disorders2008
Dr Patrick Keown
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Retrospective analysis of hospital episode statistics, involuntary admissions under the Mental Health Act 1983, and number of psychiatric beds in England 1996-20062008
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Similarities and differences in birth weight, gestational age and obstetric histories of probands with mood disorders compared with schizophrenia2008
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Understanding medication non-adherence in bipolar disorders using a Necessity-Concerns Framework2008
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Who benefits from what kinds of psychotherapy for bipolar disorders?2008
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Young adults at risk of bipolar disorders: a UK perspective2008
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Professor Douglas Turkington
Befriending patients with medication-resistant schizophrenia: Can psychotic symptoms predict treatment response?2007
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Professor Thomas Johnson
Cognitive-behavioural therapy for severe and recurrent bipolar disorders: Randomised controlled trial2006
Anne Garland
Jennifer Gracie
Barbara Reid
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Effectiveness of brief training in cognitive behaviour therapy techniques for palliative care practitioners2006
Emeritus Professor Nicol Ferrier
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Monitoring bipolarity in the 21st century: The MRC London/Newcastle EMonitoring trial2006
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Sub-syndromal and syndromal symptoms in the longitudinal course of bipolar disorder2006
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Cognitive style in bipolar disorder2005
Dr Stephen Moorhead
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Development and piloting of the pregnancy related beliefs questionnaire (PRBQ)2003
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Use of cognitive therapy for relapse prevention in chronic depression Cost-effectiveness study2003
Dr Jean Adams
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Predicting medication adherence in severe mental disorders2000
Dr Stephen Moorhead
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Characteristics of familial and non-familial bipolar disorders1999
Dr Stephen Moorhead
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Does training in cognitive therapy work1999
Dr Peter Cornwall
Emeritus Professor Jan Scott
Factors associated with partial remission in depression1999