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Letters to the Editor

Correction: Clinical and Cognitive Correlates of Suicide Attempts in Bipolar Disorder

Published: December 15, 2011


See related article by Gilbert, et al, letter by Bagley, and reply by Gilbert, et al.


In the article “Clinical and Cognitive Correlates of Suicide Attempts in Bipolar Disorder: Is Suicide Predictable?” by Alison M. Gilbert, PhD, and colleagues in the August 2011 issue (J Clin Psychiatry 2011;72[8]:1027-1033), the odds ratios in Table 3 have been corrected to:

Table 3

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The online article at PSYCHIATRIST.COM has been corrected.

Volume: 72

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