Dissection of genetic associations with language-related traits in population-based cohorts

@inproceedings{Paracchini2011DissectionOG,
  title={Dissection of genetic associations with language-related traits in population-based cohorts},
  author={Silvia Paracchini},
  booktitle={Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders},
  year={2011}
}
Recent advances in the field of language-related disorders have led to the identification of candidate genes for specific language impairment (SLI) and dyslexia. Replication studies have been conducted in independent samples including population-based cohorts, which can be characterised for a large number of relevant cognitive measures. The availability of a wide range of phenotypes allows us to not only identify the most suitable traits for replication of genetic association but also to refine… CONTINUE READING
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