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adjective as in marked by opposite extremes


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Though commentators like Ian Bremmer of the Eurasia Group warn of a “great decoupling” between the US and China, with dire consequences for technology, talk of a new bipolar Cold War is overblown.

By studying people’s phones, psychiatrists have been able to pick up the subtle signs that precede a bipolar episode.

When a downswing in mood is coming, the GPS sensors in bipolar patients’ phones show that they tend to be less active.

Probably the most advanced use of digital phenotyping is to predict the behaviors of people with bipolar disorder.

My colleague at Emory, Frans de Waal, likes to call us the bipolar ape.

His family described him as being bipolar and having long suffered from mental troubles.

In rambling posts, he called himself a loser, and wrote that he must be either bipolar or a psychopath.

Interestingly, the PLOS Medicine article noted, Otsuka makes the same claim for schizophrenia as it does for bipolar disorder.

As in, we have no idea why this medication seems to help people with bipolar disorder.

A 33-year-old bipolar man walked into a store, lied about his mental health, and walked out with a deadly weapon.

The design of Fig.10 has two poles in the field and two in the armature, and is what is known as the bipolar type.

A bipolar field has a hypertonic pole or centre of concentration, and a hypotonic pole or centre of dilution.

Some dynamos are bipolar, or have two poles, others are multipolar or have more than two.

When two are used they are arranged on opposite sides of the armature, and form what is known as the bipolar machine.

Smears from the spleen and the right axillary gland showed immense numbers of bipolar-staining organisms.

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On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bipolar, such as: oscillating, undulating, vacillating, capricious, inconstant, and null.

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