Name Institution Professor Course Date Annotated Bibliography Nguyen T. T. Kovacevic S. Dev S. I. Lu K. Liu T. T. & Eyler L. T. (2017). Dynamic functional connectivity in bipolar disorder is associated with executive function and processing speed: A preliminary study. Neuropsychology 31(1) 73-83. doi:10.1037/neu0000317 According to this article it is clear that some of the disturbances in the functional connectivity can be described to be contributing to the cognitive and the emotional processing of the deficits that can be observed in the issue of the bipolar disorder. The functional connectivity within some of the brain regions can act to be abnormal at some points and this article simply shows the study of the functional connectivity. Therefore the study shows the manner in which bipolar disorder reduces the functional connectivity of the brain. Veseth M. Binder P. Borg M. & Davidson L. J. (2003). Bipolar disorder: Insights for recovery. Denver Colo: Chapter One Press. Ng T. H. Burke T. A. Stange J. P. Walshaw P. D. Weiss R. B. Urosevic S. & ... Alloy L. B. (2017). Personality disorder symptom severity predicts onset of mood episodes and conversion to bipolar I disorder in individuals with bipolar spectrum disorder. Journal Of Abnormal Psychology 126(3) 271-284. doi:10.1037/abn0000255 Nguyen T. T. Kovacevic S. Dev S. I. Lu K. Liu T. T. & Eyler L. T. (2017). Dynamic functional connectivity in bipolar disorder is associated with executive function and processing speed: A preliminary study. Neuropsychology 31(1) 73-83. doi:10.1037/neu0000317 Peacock J. (2000). Bipolar disorder. Minnetonka MN: Life Matters. Veseth M. Binder P. Borg M. & Davidson L. (2016). Recovery in bipolar disorders: Experienced therapists’ view of their patients’ struggles and efforts when facing a severe mental illness. Journal Of Psychotherapy Integration 26(4) 437-449. doi:10.1037/int0000046 [...]
create an annotated bibliography where you will locate and summarize 8 scholarly sources relate to the Biologically-Based Psychological Disorder you chose for your final research paper. There must be a minimum of 4 peer-reviewed articles from Keiser's online library and the remainder may come from books or credible websites (ending in .org, .edu. or .gov). Save it under “Annotated Bibliography” Your paper should be written in APA format and your sources should be properly referenced.