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The expression of genetic risk for aggressive and non-aggressive antisocial behavior is moderated by peer group
Numerous studies have shown that aggressive and non-aggressive antisocial behaviors are important precursors of later adjustment problems. There is also strong empirical evidence that both types of antisocial behavior are ...
Peer victimization and anxiety in genetically vulnerable youth : the protective roles of teachers' self-efficacy and anti-bullying classroom rules
Many victimized youngsters are at risk of developing internalizing problems, and this risk seems to be especially pronounced when they are genetically vulnerable for these problems. It is unclear, however, whether protective ...
Early warm-rewarding parenting moderates the genetic contributions to callous-unemotional traits in childhood
Warm-rewarding genetic callous-unemotional
Background Previous gene–environment interaction studies of CU traits have relied on the candidate gene approach, which does not account for the entire genetic load of complex phenotypes. Moreover, these studies have ...
Links between the mother-adolescent and father-adolescent relationships and adolescent depression : a genetically informed study
Links between the parent-adolescent Relationship quality and depression
(Taylor & Francis, 2017-08-18)
This study examined the unique roles of support and conflict in the relationship with the mother and the father in predicting changes in adolescents’ depressive symptoms over a 1- year period. Potential moderating effects ...