p1DF2 : 21-Jan-20
p1DO2 : ÍÀ
p1DO3 : 84
p1DP3 : 32
p1DQ3 : 48
p1DO4 : áèïîëÿðíîå ðàññòðîéñòâî
p1DP4 : æåíñêèé
p1DQ4 : äî 21 ëåò
Female, less than 21 y/o. Bipolar disorder.
Location: Moscow region
Computer output: NA−/= with very high S score of 84. Moderate temperament T and extroversion E and scores. Low aggression A score. “Possible predisposition: Borderline personality”.
With the high S score, the A− trait is probable, especially in a habitancy where the prevalence of the A trait is high.
What is interesting is that the S score in the Russian series for the diagnosis of “Bipolar disorder” is (for 17 subjects, so far) very high, with a mean value of 70. For the English series (100 subjects), the mean value of S score is 44 and for the French series (79 subjects), it is 60.
It could be that the diagnoses are made very differently -- or the proportions of Bipolar I vs. Bipolar II are different -- from country to country, but there may be many other possible reasons as well. It’s an issue that we will keep in mind as we acquire more data in the other language versions of the test.
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