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Examining the independent and joint effects of molecular genetic liability and environmental exposures in schizophrenia: results from the EUGEI study

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  • Genetic Risk Outcome Psychosis
  • Gülöksüz, I.S.

  • Pries, L.K.L.K.P.

  • Delespaul, P.A.E.G.

  • Kenis, G.R.L.

  • Luykx, J. J.
  • Lin, B. D.
  • Richards, A. L.
  • Akdede, B.
  • Binbay, T.
  • Altinyazar, V.
  • Yalincetin, B.
  • Gumus-Akay, G.
  • Cihan, B.
  • Soygur, H.
  • Ulas, H.
  • Cankurtaran, E. S.
  • Kaymak, S. U.
  • Mihaljevic, M. M.
  • Petrovic, S. A.
  • Mirjanic, T.
  • Bernardo, M.
  • Cabrera, B.
  • Bobes, J.
  • Saiz, P. A.
  • Paz Garcia-Portilla, M.
  • Sanjuan, J.
  • Aguilar, E. J.
  • Luis Santos, J.
  • Jimenez-Lopez, E.
  • Arrojo, M.
  • Carracedo, A.
  • Lopez, G.
  • Gonzalez-Penas, J.
  • Parellada, M.
  • Maric, N. P.
  • Atbasoglu, C.
  • Ucok, A.
  • Alptekin, K.
  • Saka, M. C.
  • Arango, C.
  • O'Donovan, M.
  • Rutten, B.P.F.

  • van Os, J.
  • Alizadeh, B. Z.
  • van Amelsvoort, T.A.M.J.

  • van Beveren, N. J.
  • Bruggeman, R.
  • Cahn, W.
  • Myin-Germeys, I.
  • van Winkel, R.

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    Research areas

  • Schizophrenia, psychosis, genetics, environment, gene-environment interaction, polygenic risk, childhood trauma, cannabis, bullying, CHILDHOOD TRAUMA, POLYGENIC RISK, PSYCHOSIS, ASSOCIATION, DISORDERS, HERITABILITY, RELIABILITY, VALIDATION, INSTRUMENT, IMPUTATION
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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)173-182
Number of pages10
JournalWorld Psychiatry
Volume18
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2019