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12009Evaluation of Treatment Outcomes from an Australian Juvenile Bipolar Disorder ClinicHirneth, SJ; Hazell, PL; Hanstock, Tanya; Clayton, EH3-Aug-2011
22007Long chain omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in the treatment of psychiatric illnesses in children and adolescentsClayton, EH; Hanstock, Tanya; Garg, ML; Hazell, PL4-Aug-2011
32009Reduced mania and depression in juvenile bipolar disorder associated with long-chain w-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementationClayton, EH; Hanstock, Tanya; Hirneth, SJ; Kable, CJ; Garg, ML; Hazell, PL3-Aug-2011
42008The changing face of bipolar disorder: adolescence to adulthoodJairam, R; Hanstock, Tanya; Cahill, CM; Hazell, PL; Walter, GJ; Malhi, GS13-Oct-2011
52008Long-Chain Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in the Blood of Children and Adolescents with Juvenile Bipolar DisorderClayton, EH; Hanstock, Tanya; Hirneth, SJ; Kable, CJ; Garg, ML; Hazell, PL19-Nov-2010
62009Validity of a Paediatric Quality of Life Questionnaire for Participants with Juvenile Bipolar DisorderClayton, EH; Hirneth, S; Hazell, PL; Kable, CJ; Hanstock, Tanya3-Aug-2011
72009Improvement in Digit Span in Juvenile Bipolar Disorder following Supplementation with Long Chain Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty AcidsHanstock, Tanya; Hirneth, SJ; Hazell, PL; Kable, CJ; Clayton, EH3-Aug-2011
82010Digit span improvement following long chain omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids supplementation: A preliminary studyHanstock, Tanya; Hinreth, SJ; Hazell, PL; Kable, CJ; Clayton, EH3-Aug-2011
92008Omega-3 supplementation in juvenile bipolar disorderHanstock, Tanya; Hirneth, SJ; Kable, CJ; Garg, ML; Hazell, PL; Clayton, EH4-Aug-2011
102008Blood concentrations of omega-3 in participants with juvenile bipolar disorder compared to healthy controlsClayton, EH; Hanstock, Tanya; Hirneth, SJ; Kable, CJ; Garg, ML; Hazell, PL4-Aug-2011