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E-Risk Study
Nationally representative cohort of 1116 families having 2232 twins. Aims to improve understanding of the etiology of mental disorder & inform prevention.
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Dr Helen L. Fisher Aug 13
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Dr Helen L. Fisher Aug 15
New paper from showing perceived social support has an environmentally mediated buffering effect on adolescent psychotic experiences & thus a potential intervention target
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Dr Helen L. Fisher Jul 30
New paper from symptoms in childhood signal risk for pervasive mental health & functional difficulties in young adulthood with
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MQ Jul 29
"Being a woman has been one of my biggest obstacles and one of my biggest motivators" shares things in life she's learned, her influences and her inspirations...
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Louise Arseneault Jul 26
Figure 1 shows Personality Profiles for Individuals With High Borderline Symptom Scores in new paper with using data. With our great collaborators . Read here:
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Louise Arseneault Jul 25
Just so happens that the last day of our beloved collaborator fell on the - still great to have lunch and wishing her the best from on her future endeavors...in an even more warmer climate!
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Dr Helen L. Fisher Jul 12
Replying to @acamh @TheJCPP and 5 others
Thanks so much for having me! Great to talk about importance of research into risk & protective factors for early experiences to inform prevention of severe mental illness & functional difficulties later
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Dr Helen L. Fisher Jul 22
Thanks for this opportunity to talk about work conducted largely with the amazing data at
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Jasmin Wertz Jul 17
Our new paper is online ! It's about a somewhat controversial topic: symptoms of borderline personality disorder in adolescents. We tested whether these symptoms predict poor outcomes during the transition to adulthood - and found that they do (1/n)
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Dr Helen L. Fisher Jul 17
New letter in by in response to a letter about lead exposure as a confounding factor in our paper on the association of air pollution exposure and psychotic experiences ()
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Louise Arseneault Jul 5
Shame to return our wonderful placement student Annabelle from to University - but a great opportunity for us to work with a young talented individual & for the placement student to learn research, organisation & collaboration skills!!
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Dr Jessie Baldwin Jun 28
Great talk from ⁦⁩ showing that polygenic risk for ADHD predicts childhood ADHD but not late-onset ADHD in ⁦
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Dr Helen L. Fisher May 30
The fantastic presenting awesome study on neighbourhoods and loneliness showing that its subjective perceptions that count not objective features of the neighbourhood
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Dr Helen L. Fisher May 2
Great use of the fantastic data from Huge thanks for sharing these important findings!
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Antonella Trotta May 2
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Chloe Wong May 2
Thank you , and for making this study possible! - thank you for organising such a fantastic epigenetics showcase event today, thoroughly enjoyed it!
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Timothy Matthews Apr 30
Social relationships and mental health: presenting findings from at incl 's recent paper on social resources, ' findings on bullying and maternal warmth, and our paper on loneliness in young adults
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Dr Helen L. Fisher May 2
The fabulous presenting findings from exploring epigenetic trajectories of exposure to adolescent victimisation conducted by in funded by
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Antonella Trotta May 2
Huge thank you to the fantastic Team for the support!
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Timothy Matthews Apr 29
Great writeup from of our paper on loneliness and neighbourhood characteristics. Original paper published earlier this month in .
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