Differential family and peer environmental factors are related to severity and comorbidity in children with ADHD

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Behavioral genetic studies imply that salient environmental influences operate within families, making siblings in a family different rather than similar. This study is the first one to examine differential sibling experiences (as measured with the Sibling Inventory of Differential Experience) and its effect on behavioral outcomes within ADHD families… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00702-007-0838-x

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@article{Buschgens2007DifferentialFA, title={Differential family and peer environmental factors are related to severity and comorbidity in children with ADHD}, author={Cathelijne J. M. Buschgens and Marcel A. G. van Aken and Sophie H. N. Swinkels and Marieke E. Altink and Ellen A. Fliers and Nanda N. J. Rommelse and Ruud B. Minderaa and Joseph A. Sergeant and Steven V. Faraone and Jan K. Buitelaar}, journal={Journal of Neural Transmission}, year={2007}, volume={115}, pages={177-186} }