Genetics of Mental Disorders : What Practitioners and Students Need to Know

By (author) Farraone, Stephen V.; By (author) Tsuang, Ming T.

This book provides a comprehensive and readable primer on the complex interplay of genetic and environmental factors in mental disorders. Rendering technical concepts accessible, and laying to rest common myths and oversimplifications, the book describes what (and how) scientists have learned about the causation and expression of such frequently encountered disorders as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, and Alzheimer disease. Clinicians and students gain the basic knowledge they need to evaluate the literature in this rapidly developing field, understand implications for treatment, and communicate genetic information to clients and families. Throughout, special attention is given to the critical ethical and professional concerns raised by emerging technologies.

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  • Introduction. The Basics: Epidemiologic Foundations of Psychiatric Genetics. Variations on a Theme: Causal and Clinical Heterogeneity. Mathematical Models of Inheritance. Molecular Genetics and Mental Illness. Clinical Applications of Psychiatric Genetics. The Future of Psychiatric Genetics. Glossary. Readings in Psychiatric Genetics. Appendix: Internet Resources for Psychiatric Genetics.

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書名 Genetics of Mental Disorders : What Practitioners and Students Need to Know
著作者等 Tsuang, Ming T.
Farraone, Stephen V.
書名別名 What Practitioners and Students Need to Know
出版元 Guilford Publications
刊行年月 2002.03.07
ページ数 272p
大きさ H234 x W156
ISBN 9781572307391
言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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