Using genetic data in cognitive neuroscience: from growing pains to genuine insights

@article{Green2008UsingGD,
  title={Using genetic data in cognitive neuroscience: from growing pains to genuine insights},
  author={Adam E. Green and Marcus R Munaf{\`o} and Colin G. DeYoung and John A. Fossella and Jin Fan and Jeremy R. Gray},
  journal={Nature Reviews Neuroscience},
  year={2008},
  volume={9},
  pages={710-720}
}
Research that combines genetic and cognitive neuroscience data aims to elucidate the mechanisms that underlie human behaviour and experience by way of 'intermediate phenotypes': variations in brain function. Using neuroimaging and other methods, this approach is poised to make the transition from health-focused investigations to inquiries into cognitive, affective and social functions, including ones that do not readily lend themselves to animal models. The growing pains of this emerging field… CONTINUE READING

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