Consequences of a network view for genetic association studies

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (2-3):173-174 (2010)
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Cramer et al's proposal to view mental disorders as the outcome of network dynamics among symptoms obviates the need to invoke latent traits to explain co-occurrence of symptoms and syndromes. This commentary considers the consequences of such a network view for genetic association studies



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