The next 10 years of behavioural genomic research

Bringing you some selected Open Access journal papers from our portfolio; The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (JCPP), Child and Adolescent Mental Health journal (CAMH), and JCPP Advances.

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An amazing Open Access paper in JCPP Advances from Professor Robert Plomin

‘Three transformative developments for behavioural genomic research in the next 10 years are described. First, behavioural genomic research will use dimensional measures to reveal the hierarchical genetic architecture of psychopathology. A second direction for behavioural genomic research will be to investigate causa models of GE interplay. Third, polygenic scores will be used as an early warning system in childhood to predict profiles of adult psychopathology, which will eventually transform clinical practice.’

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Author; Robert Plomin
Journal; JCPP Advances
  4 November 2022

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