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Gene-environment interactions and correlations in psychiatric disorders.

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Genetic and environmental risk factors are known to influence many aspects of human behavior, including the susceptibility to various psychiatric conditions in adult and childhood. Recent evidence suggests that these risk factors interact and correlate with each other to influence phenotypic outcomes. Gene-environment interactions are expressed through genetic variation in the susceptibility toward particular environmental risks, whereas gene-environment correlations are genetically mediated ...

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10.1007/s11920-004-0051-7

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Journal:
Current psychiatry reports
Volume:
6
Issue:
2
Pages:
119-124
Publication date:
2004-04-05
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EISSN:
1535-1645
ISSN:
1523-3812
URN:
uuid:fbaffd80-ca5b-4c44-9742-b983b14a8c17
Source identifiers:
249867
Local pid:
pubs:249867

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