A multi-polygenic score approach to the prediction of harmonized aggression


Aggressive behavior is a substantially heritable trait with genetic influences explaining 40-80% of the variance across childhood (Porsch et al., 2016) and accounting for most stability of aggression over time. However,... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Andrea Allegrini (King's College London)
  2. Margherita Malanchini (University of Texas at Austin)
  3. Eva Krapohl (King's College London)
  4. Saskia Selzam (King's College London)
  5. Kaili Rimfeld (King's College London)
  7. Robert Plomin (King's College London)

Topic Areas

Developmental Disorders (e.g. ADHD) , Psychopathology (e.g., Internalizing, Externalizing, Psychosis)


SY-8B » Family and molecular genetic studies provide insights into ADHD, its comorbidities (Aggression and auto-immune disorders) and symptomatology (10:30 - Saturday, 23rd June, Yellowstone)

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