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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
New genetics of mental illness.
Oxford : Butterworth-Heinemann ; [London] : Mental Health Foundation, 1991
|All Authors / Contributors:||
P McGuffin; Robin M Murray; Mental Health Foundation (London, England)
|Description:||xi, 304 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||The cell, molecular biology and the new genetics, S.Whatley and M.Owen; genetic models of madness, P.McGuffin; the uses and abuses of linkage analysis in neuro-psychiatric disorder, F.Clerget-Darpoux; the formal problems of linkage, J.Edwards; schizophrenia - how far can we go in defining the phenotype, A.Farmer et al; schizophrenia - classical approaches with new twists and provocative results, I.Gottesman and A.Bertelsen; genetic linkage studies of schizophrenia, H.Gurling et al; aberrant neurodevelopment as the expression of the schizophrenia genotype, P.Jones and R.Murray; the familial aggregation of affective disorders - relation to symptom severity and social provocation, P.Bebbington et al; life events and depressive symptoms - a twin study perspective, K.Kendler et al; genetic markers and affective disorders, P.McGuffin and M.Sargeant; the genetics of vulnerability to alcoholism, S.Hodgkinson et al; genes and the aetiology of eating disorders, J.Treasure and A.Holland; growing together and growing apart - the non-genetic forces on children in the same family, R.Goodman; autism as a genetic disorder, M.Rutter; learning disability and psychiatric/behavioural disorders - a genetic perspective, A.Holland; the genetics of the common forms of dementia, A.Wright; the molecular basis of Alzheimer's dimentia, J.Hardy; prediction and prevention in Huntingdon's Disease, M.Morris and P.Harper.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Peter McGuffin and Robin Murray.|