A Genome-Wide Test of the Differential Susceptibility Hypothesis Reveals a Genetic Predictor of Differential Response to Psychological Treatments for Child Anxiety Disorders

@inproceedings{Keers2016AGT,
  title={A Genome-Wide Test of the Differential Susceptibility Hypothesis Reveals a Genetic Predictor of Differential Response to Psychological Treatments for Child Anxiety Disorders},
  author={Robert Keers and Jonathan R I Coleman and Kathryn J. Lester and Susanna Roberts and Gerome Breen and Mikael Thastum and Susan Maria B{\"o}gels and Silvia Schneider and E. Heiervang and Richard Meiser-Stedman and Maaike H. Nauta and C. Celeste Creswell and Kerstin Thirlwall and Ronald M. Rapee and Jennifer L Hudson and Cathryn M. Lewis and Robert Plomin and Thalia C Eley},
  booktitle={Psychotherapy and psychosomatics},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND The differential susceptibly hypothesis suggests that certain genetic variants moderate the effects of both negative and positive environments on mental health and may therefore be important predictors of response to psychological treatments. Nevertheless, the identification of such variants has so far been limited to preselected candidate genes… CONTINUE READING