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Adults with bipolar disorder (BD) have cognitive impairments that affect face processing and social cognition. However, it remains unknown whether these deficits in euthymic BD have impaired brain markers of emotional processing. Methodology/Principal Findings: We recruited twenty six participants, 13 controls subjects with an equal number of euthymic BD participants. We used an event-related potential (ERP) assessment of a dual valence task (DVT), in which faces (angry and happy), wordsdoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0046877 pmid:23056505 pmcid:PMC3466207 fatcat:cohtiuapdngrdk4xvtucw4fqmm