Redefining Phenotypes to Advance Psychiatric Genetics: Implications From Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology

M.A. Waszczuk, N.R. Eaton, R.F. Krueger, A.J. Shackman, I.D. Waldman, D.H. Zald, B.B. Lahey, C.J. Patrick, C.C. Conway, J. Ormel, S.E. Hyman, E.I. Fried, M.K. Forbes, A.R. Docherty, R.R. Althoff, B. Bach, M. Chmielewski, C.G. DeYoung, K.T. Forbush, M. HallquistC.J. Hopwood, M.Y. Ivanova, K.G. Jonas, R.D. Latzman, K.E. Markon, S.N. Mullins-Sweatt, A.L. Pincus, U. Reininghaus, S.C. South, J.L. Tackett, D. Watson, A.G.C. Wright, R. Kotov

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)143-161
Number of pages19
JournalJournal of Abnormal Psychology
Volume129
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2020

Keywords

  • behavior genetics
  • comorbidity
  • deficit hyperactivity disorder
  • dsm-iv criteria
  • eating-disorders
  • environmental risk-factors
  • general factor
  • genome-wide association
  • major depression
  • molecular genetics
  • nosology
  • personality-disorder
  • polygenic risk
  • population-based sample
  • substance use disorders
  • SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS
  • DSM-IV CRITERIA
  • EATING-DISORDERS
  • ENVIRONMENTAL RISK-FACTORS
  • GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION
  • PERSONALITY-DISORDER
  • DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER
  • MAJOR DEPRESSION
  • POPULATION-BASED SAMPLE
  • POLYGENIC RISK

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