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The Development of a Mobile-Compatible, Self-Reported, Mood Rating Scale for Bipolar Disorder: A Pilot Study

In brief, the purpose of this pilot study is to compare different ways of assessing mood and related constructs for individuals with bipolar disorder. To do so, we plan to develop a mobile-compatible mood tracking scale that is easy for participants with bipolar disorder to use daily, assesses both the severity global syndromal states of mania and depression (i.e., combination of multiple symptoms, impacts on functioning) as well as a greater variety of individual mood symptoms than most current mood daily scales. We test this new mobile-compatible scale using a cross-over design using two response scales (4-point rating scale and 100-point analogue visual [AV]) against the clinician rated Bipolar Symptom Severity Scale (BISS) and continuous actigraphy monitoring data. Further, a termination survey will evaluate feasibility of survey for future use.
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18 year(s) or older
This study is NOT accepting healthy volunteers
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Inclusion Criteria:
Diagnosis of Bipolar I or II Disorder
Access to a reliable mobile device and phone plan that allows for internet access to our surveys and text message notifications
English fluency
Willingness and ability to comply with all clinical assessments and daily self-assessments per protocol
Able to provide informed consent
Exclusion Criteria:
Currently participating in another daily mood tracking research study
Does not have access to a reliable mobile device and phone plan that allows for internet access to our surveys and text message notifications OR are not willing to receive daily text messages during the duration of the study
Current substance or an alcohol use disorder
Uncontrolled health conditions resulting in psychiatric symptoms or disturbances in physical activity
Unable to provide informed consent
Mental & Behavioral Health
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