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Evidence that the wider social environment moderates the association between familial liability and psychosis spectrum outcome.

BACKGROUNDFamilial liability to both severe and common mental disorder predicts psychotic disorder and psychotic symptoms, and may be used as a proxy in models examining interaction between genetic risk and the environment at individual and contextual levels. METHODIn a representative general popula... Full description

Journal Title: Psychological medicine December 2012, Vol.42(12), pp.2499-2510
Main Author: Binbay, T
Other Authors: Drukker, M , Alptekin, K , Elbi, H , Aksu Tanık, F , Özkınay, F , Onay, H , Zağlı, N , van Os, J
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title: Evidence that the wider social environment moderates the association between familial liability and psychosis spectrum outcome.
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  • Binbay, T
  • Drukker, M
  • Alptekin, K
  • Elbi, H
  • Aksu Tanık, F
  • Özkınay, F
  • Onay, H
  • Zağlı, N
  • van Os, J
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  • Adult–Genetics
  • Causality–Epidemiology
  • Female–Genetics
  • Gene-Environment Interaction–Psychology
  • Genetic Predisposition to Disease–Psychology
  • Humans–Psychology
  • Male–Psychology
  • Middle Aged–Psychology
  • Poverty Areas–Psychology
  • Psychosocial Deprivation–Psychology
  • Psychotic Disorders–Psychology
  • Residence Characteristics–Psychology
  • Risk Factors–Psychology
  • Social Environment–Psychology
  • Turkey–Psychology
ispartof: Psychological medicine, December 2012, Vol.42(12), pp.2499-2510
description: BACKGROUNDFamilial liability to both severe and common mental disorder predicts psychotic disorder and psychotic symptoms, and may be used as a proxy in models examining interaction between genetic risk and the environment at individual and contextual levels. METHODIn a representative general population...
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