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Long Form:   Hypomanic Personality Scale
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2019 Parsing the Hypomanic Personality: Explicating the Nature of Specific Dimensions Defining Mania Risk. ---
2019 Validation of the Hypomanic Personality Scale (HPS) in Iranian adolescents. STB
2018 Early Motor Developmental Milestones and Schizotypy in the Northern Finland Birth Cohort Study 1966. PAS, PhAS, SAS, SCHD
2018 Neural Correlates of Semantic Inhibition in Relation to Hypomanic Traits: An fMRI Study. ---
2017 A prospective study of bipolar disorder vulnerability in relation to behavioural activation, behavioural inhibition and dysregulation of the Behavioural Activation System. BAS, ISS, MDQ
2017 An Integrative Analysis of the Narcissistic Personality Inventory and the Hypomanic Personality Scale: Implications for Construct Validity. NPI
2017 Modulation of the N400 component in relation to hypomanic personality traits in a word meaning ambiguity resolution task. BD
2017 The link between hypomania risk and creativity: The role of heightened behavioral activation system (BAS) sensitivity. ASRM, BAS, BD, ECS, PANAS
2017 What can daily life assessment tell us about the bipolar spectrum? ---
10  2016 Emotion regulation and mania risk: Differential responses to implicit and explicit cues to regulate. ER, RSA
11  2015 A 3-Year Longitudinal Study of Risk for Bipolar Spectrum Psychopathology. ---
12  2015 Emotional Meaning in Context in Relation to Hypomanic Personality Traits: An ERP Study. ---
13  2015 Factor structure of the French version of the Hypomanic Personality Scale (HPS) in non-clinical young adults. PANAS, SPQ-B
14  2015 The role of negative mood induction on working memory capacity in individuals putatively at risk for bipolar disorder: A pilot study. BD, DTP
15  2014 Clinical implications of loudness dependence of auditory evoked potentials in patients with atypical depression. ADDS, BSI, HAM-A, HAM-D, LDAEP
16  2014 Nonverbal dominance behavior among individuals at risk for mania. ---
17  2014 The hypomanic personality scale: a measure of personality and/or bipolar symptoms? MSQ
18  2013 Cognitive regulation of negative affect in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. BD, CERQ, DASS, HC, SZ
19  2013 Impulsivity and risk for mania: towards greater specificity. ---
20  2013 Positive Affect Enhances the Association of Hypomanic Personality and Cognitive Flexibility. D-KEFS
21  2012 The dominance behavioral system and manic temperament: motivation for dominance, self-perceptions of power, and socially dominant behaviors. ---
22  2011 Cognitive regulation of emotion in bipolar I disorder and unaffected biological relatives. CERQ, DASS, HC, UR
23  2011 Hypomanic personality, stability of self-esteem and response styles to negative mood. ---
24  2011 Prospective predictors of mood episodes in bipolar disorder. BD, ERP, MADRS
25  2011 The expression of bipolar spectrum psychopathology in daily life. ---
26  2010 A preliminary investigation of the effect of hypomanic personality on the specificity and speed of autobiographical memory recall. AMT
27  2010 Data on schizotypy and affective scales are gender and education dependent--study in the Northern Finland 1966 Birth Cohort. PAS, PER, SAS, SCHD
28  2009 Cognitive correlates of mania risk: are responses to success, positive moods, and manic symptoms distinct or overlapping? ---
29  2009 The Cognition Checklist for Mania-Revised (CCL-M-R): Factor-Analytic Structure and Links with Risk for Mania, Diagnoses of Mania, and Current Symptoms. CCL-M-R, ISS, MDD
30  2008 Positive Mood Induction and Facial Affect Recognition among Students at Risk for Mania. ---
31  2006 Mood fluctuations in people putatively at risk for bipolar disorders. BAS, BD
32  2005 Are there attentional deficits in people putatively at risk for affective disorders? CPT