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|Title:||Family conflict interacts with genetic liability in predicting childhood and adolescent depression.|
|Citation:||J AM ACAD CHILD ADOLESC PSYCHIATRY, 2006, 45 (7), pp. 841-848|
|Abstract:||To test for gene-environment interaction with depressive symptoms and family conflict. Specifically, to first examine whether the influence of family conflict in predicting depressive symptoms is increased in individuals at genetic risk of depression. Second, to test whether the genetic component of variance in depressive symptoms increases as levels of family conflict increase.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, School of Psychology|
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