The Family Check-Up Intervention Attenuates the Link Between Polygenic Risk and Trajectories of Aggression across Middle Childhood


Childhood aggression is normative and typically declines with age, but when it persists it may be due to a combination of early environmental and genetic influences. A few early interventions have shown to moderate the effect... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Danielle Pandika (Arizona State University)
  2. Kit Elam (Arizona State University)
  3. Sierra Clifford (Arizona State University)
  4. Thomas Dishion (Arizona State University)
  5. Daniel Shaw (University of Pittsburgh)
  6. Melvin Wilson (University of Virginia)
  7. Kathryn Lemery-Chalfant (Arizona State University)

Topic Areas

Personality, Temperament, Attitudes, Politics and Religion , Development


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