The variance shared across forms of childhood trauma is strongly associated with liability for psychiatric and substance use disorders
Sean Kristjansson, Vivia V McCutcheon, Arpana Agrawal, Michael T Lynskey, Elizabeth Conroy, Dixie J Statham, Pamela AF Madden, Anjali K Henders, Alexandre A Todorov, Kathleen K Bucholz, Louisa Degenhardt, Nicholas G Martin, Andrew C Heath, Elliot C Nelson
Brain and Behavior | JOHN WILEY & SONS INC | Published : 2016
Awarded by National Institute of Health grants
Awarded by ABMRF/The Foundation for Alcohol Research
Awarded by Australian National Health and Medical Research Council Senior and Principal Research Fellowships
This work was primarily supported by National Institute of Health grants to ECN (AA13446; DA017305; AA011998_5978); support for CATS was also received from the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC). Additional support includes grants to ACH (AA10249, AA07728, AA11998, AA13321), NGM (AA13326), KKB (AA12640; DA14363); PAFM (DA12854; DA027995), VVM (AA018146), AA (DA23668), SDK (DA23668; ABMRF/The Foundation for Alcohol Research), and LD (Australian National Health and Medical Research Council Senior and Principal Research Fellowships #510279 and #1041742). NDARC is supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Substance Misuse Prevention and Service Improvements Grant Fund.