2019
DOI: 10.31234/osf.io/nvgwp
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Abstract: The existence of gene-by-environment interactions (GxE) influencing human individual differences is likely, given both evidence from non-human animal models and evolutionary theory as applied to human development. However, there is no consistent evidence in the current psychological literature of any specific, replicable measured genotype-by-environment interaction. This project will systematically evaluate genome-wide GxE across a range of individual differences and environmental exposures, applying the Regis… Show more

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“…Past typologies of di↵erent types of gene-environment interactions have focused on di↵erences in the shape of the interaction (e.g., Boardman et al, 2014;Derringer et al, 2019). For instance, Boardman et al (2014) and Derringer et al (2019) each summarize three shapes of interactions:…”
Section: Implicit Models Of Genetic Moderation: Outcome Moderation Vementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Past typologies of di↵erent types of gene-environment interactions have focused on di↵erences in the shape of the interaction (e.g., Boardman et al, 2014;Derringer et al, 2019). For instance, Boardman et al (2014) and Derringer et al (2019) each summarize three shapes of interactions:…”
Section: Implicit Models Of Genetic Moderation: Outcome Moderation Vementioning
confidence: 99%