Genetic and environmental factors in premenstrual symptom reporting and its relationship to depression and a general neuroticism trait.

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Previous work has indicated a genetic contribution to premenstrual symptom reporting, regularity and menarche but no genetic contribution to cycle length, and no consistent genetic contribution to premenstrual symptom reporting. This paper reports the results (n = 634) of multivariate genetic analysis in which premenstrual symptom reporting is included in a… (More)

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@article{Akker1995GeneticAE, title={Genetic and environmental factors in premenstrual symptom reporting and its relationship to depression and a general neuroticism trait.}, author={Olga van den Akker and Frank F. Eves and Gary S. Stein and Robin MacGregor Murray}, journal={Journal of psychosomatic research}, year={1995}, volume={39 4}, pages={477-87} }