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BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY IN PRESS THE BORDERLINE DIAGNOSIS III: IDENTIFYING ENDOPHENOTYPES FOR GENETIC STUDIES Running Title: ENDOPHENOTYPES/GENETICS OF BORDERLINE PERSONALITY

@inproceedings{Torgersen2002BIOLOGICALPI,
  title={BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY IN PRESS THE BORDERLINE DIAGNOSIS III: IDENTIFYING ENDOPHENOTYPES FOR GENETIC STUDIES Running Title: ENDOPHENOTYPES/GENETICS OF BORDERLINE PERSONALITY},
  author={S. Torgersen and J. Gunderson and W. Livesley and K. Kendler},
  year={2002}
}
While it is generally acknowledged that borderline personality disorder has a complex, multifactoral etiology with interacting genetic and environmental substrates, the specific genetic underpinnings of this disorder have not been extensively investigated. Family aggregation studies suggest the heritability for borderline personality disorder as a diagnosis, but the genetic basis for this disorder may be stronger for dimensions such as impulsive/aggression and affective instability than for the… Expand

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