Imprinting and psychiatric genetics: Beware the diagnostic phenotype

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31 (3):270-271 (2008)
Studies of the role of imprinted genes in psychological phenomena are long overdue. The target article is comprehensive, presenting a wealth of important and convergent evidence, and provides an excellent point of departure for further research. However, the authors' evidentiary grasp exceeds the explicatory capacity of the proposed model. Greater genotypic and phenotypic precision would significantly enhance its predictive power
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