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Gene-environment correlation underlying the association between parental negativity and adolescent externalizing problems.
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It is suggested that evocative rGE, not passive rGE or direct environmental effects of parenting on adolescent Externalizing, explains associations between maternal and paternal negativity and adolescent externalizing problems. Expand
Testing different types of genotype-environment correlation: an extended children-of-twins model.
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This study presents an extended children-of-twins model, which allowed the authors to test the direction of the association between parenting and child adjustment and showed that this association was best explained by evocative genotype-environment correlation. Expand
The relationship between parental depressive symptoms and offspring psychopathology: evidence from a children-of-twins study and an adoption study
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Associations between parental depressive symptoms and offspring emotional and behavioural problems are not solely attributable to shared genes, and that bidirectional effects may be present in intergenerational associations. Expand
Accounting for genetic and environmental confounds in associations between parent and child characteristics: a systematic review of children-of-twins studies.
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A systematic review of all the behavioral COT studies published to date, which covers such diverse phenotypes as psychosis, substance abuse, internalizing, externalizing, parenting, and marital difficulties, is presented. Expand
Stability and change in health behaviours as predictors for disability pension: a prospective cohort study of Swedish twins
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Health behaviours in adulthood, including an increase in pain locations were associated with the incidence of DP, and it is important to increase public awareness of the potential beneficial effects of exercise throughout life to avoid permanent exclusion from the labour market for medical reasons. Expand
Genetic Susceptibility to Sickness Absence is Similar Among Women and Men: Findings From a Swedish Twin Cohort
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Results suggest genetic contribution to the variation of SA and that environmental factors have an important role, for women and men, are suggested. Expand
Genetic Liability to Disability Pension in Women and Men: A Prospective Population-Based Twin Study
TLDR
The findings of the study suggest that genetic effects are important for liability toDP due to different diagnoses, and genetic contributions to liability to DP tend to differ between women and men, even though the overall relative contribution of genetic influences does not differ by sex. Expand
Night work and breast cancer in women: a Swedish cohort study
TLDR
It is suggested that night work is associated with an increased risk of breast cancer in women, but only after relatively long-term exposure. Expand
Parental criticism and externalizing behavior problems in adolescents: the role of environment and genotype-environment correlation.
TLDR
The results revealed that maternal criticism was primarily due to evocative rGE emanating from their adolescent's externalizing behavior, and fathers' critical remarks tended to affect adolescent problem behavior in a direct environmental way. Expand
Parental criticism and externalizing behavior problems in adolescents : The role of environment and genotype-environment correlation
Parental criticism and externalizing behavior problems in adolescents : The role of environment and genotype-environment correlation
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