‘Joint polygenic and environmental risks for childhood attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and ADHD symptom dimensions’
Open Access paper from JCPP Advances
Background – Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is associated with both polygenic liability and environmental exposures, both intrinsic to the family, such as family conflict, and extrinsic, such as air pollution. However, much less is known about the interplay between environmental and genetic risks relevant to ADHD—a better understanding of which could inform both mechanistic models and clinical prediction algorithms.
Authors: Michael A. Mooney, Peter Ryabinin, Hannah Morton, Katharine Selah, Rose Gonoud, Michael Kozlowski, Elizabeth Nousen, Jessica Tipsord, Dylan Antovich, Joel Schwartz, Megan M. Herting, Stephen V. Faraone, Joel T. Nigg
Michael A. Mooney and Peter Ryabinin contributed equally to this work.
First published: 16 March 2023
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