Commentary: Will genomics revolutionise research on gene–environment interplay?

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‘Commentary: Will genomics revolutionise research on gene–environment interplay?’

Open Access from the JCPP

Abstract – The synthesis of quantitative genetics and molecular genetics is transforming research in the behavioural sciences. The ability to measure inherited DNA differences directly has led to polygenic scores and to new methods to estimate heritability and genetic correlations. This issue provides examples of how these advances can be appllied to research on gene-environment interplay in developmental psychopathology.

Authors; Robert Plomin, Essi Viding

First published: 25 August 2022

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