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Genome and envirome : their roles and interaction in psychiatric epidemiology

Author: A T A Cheng; Brian Cooper
Publisher: London : Royal College of Psychiatrists, ©2001.
Series: British journal of psychiatry., Supplement ;, 40.
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Genome and envirome.
London : Royal College of Psychiatrists, ©2001
(OCoLC)707603286
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: A T A Cheng; Brian Cooper
OCLC Number: 46913481
Notes: Cover title.
Description: s101 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Conceptual and methodological issues --
Moving on from old dichotomies: beyond nature-nuture towards a lifeline perspective --
Promise of psychiatric enviromics --
Understanding the roles of genome and envirome: methods in genetic epidemiology --
Epidemiology in neurobiological research --
Genes, environment and schizophrenia --
Obstetric complications and schizophrenia: prenatal underdevelopment and subsequent neurodevelopmental impairment --
Epidemiology in neurobiological research: exemplified by the influenza-schizophrenia theory --
Towards a molecular epidemiology of alcohol dependence: analysing the interplay of genetic and environmental risk factors --
Genetics, environment and cognitive abilities: review and work in progress towards a genome scan for quantitative trait locus associations using DNA pooling --
Effect of prenatal exposure to polychlorinated biphenyls on cognitive development in children: a longitudinal study in Taiwan --
Bringing in the social environment --
Early-onset Alzheimer's disease in Scotland: environmental and familial factors --
Understanding the excess of psychosis among the African-Caribbean population in England. Review of current hypotheses --
Vulnerability factors for common mental illnesses --
Neuroticism, life events and mental health: evidence for person-environment correlation --
Longitudinal study assessing the joint effects of socio-economic status and birth risks on adult emotional and nervous conditions --
Inter-generational longitudinal study of social class and depression: a test of social causation and social selection models --
Progress and prospects: weighing the evidence --
Nature, nurture and mental disorder: old concepts in the new millennium.
Series Title: British journal of psychiatry., Supplement ;, 40.
Responsibility: edited by A.T.A. Cheng and B. Cooper.

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