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Harmonizing behavioral outcomes across studies, raters, and countries: application to the genetic analysis of aggression in the ACTION Consortium

Journal article
Authors J. M. Luningham
A. M. Hendriks
E. Krapohl
H. F. Ip
C. E. M. van Beijsterveldt
Sebastian Lundström
E. Vuoksimaa
T. Korhonen
P. Lichtenstein
R. Plomin
L. Pulkkinen
R. J. Rose
J. Kaprio
M. Bartels
D. I. Boomsma
G. H. Lubke
Published in Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry
Pages 11
ISSN 0021-9630
Publication year 2020
Published at Gillberg Neuropsychiatry Centre
Pages 11
Language en
Keywords Aggression, developmental psychopathology, twin modeling, integrative, data analysis, phenotype reference panel, integrative data-analysis, antisocial-behavior, commensurate measures, physical aggression, sex-differences, childhood, twin, model, heritability, trajectories, Psychology, Psychiatry
Subject categories Health Sciences, Clinical Medicine, Psychology


Background Aggression in children has genetic and environmental causes. Studies of aggression can

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