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|Title:||Investigating environmental links between parent depression and child depressive/anxiety symptoms using an assisted conception design.|
|Citation:||J AM ACAD CHILD ADOLESC PSYCHIATRY, 2011, 50 (5), pp. 451-4.59E+03|
|Abstract:||Links between maternal and offspring depression symptoms could arise from inherited factors, direct environmental exposure, or shared adversity. A novel genetically sensitive design was used to test the extent of environmental links between maternal depression symptoms and child depression/anxiety symptoms, accounting for inherited effects, shared adversity, and child age and gender.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, School of Psychology|
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