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The E-Risk Study with Professor Helen Fisher & Rebecca Gray

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In this week's episode, I speak with Professor Helen Fisher, Professor of Developmental Psychopathology from King's College London and Rebecca Gray on the Environmental Risk Longitudinal Twin Study (E-Risk Study).
The E-Risk Study builds knowledge around the question of how environmental and genetic factors contribute to the development of behaviors', health, and mental health problems from childhood through to adulthood.
We discuss the importance of twin studies, some of the factors the E-risk study measured over a period of time, the data collected, and some key insights that has been contributed from it!
Website: https://eriskstudy.com/
Professor Helen Fisher: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/people/helen-fisher
Twitter: https://twitter.com/HelenLFisher
https://twitter.com/ERiskstudy

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Capitole

1. Importance of Twin Studies in Research (00:02:34)

2. Professor Fisher's work in the study (00:12:55)

3. Longitudinal Study on Twins' Lives (00:18:47)

4. ADHD, Victimization, Genes, and Environment (00:32:25)

5. Epigenetic Effects of Environmental Factors (00:39:37)

6. Moving Away From Mental Health Categories (00:44:45)

7. Study Impact on Understanding and Collaboration (00:52:46)

8. Longitudinal Study on Twins' Development (00:59:18)

78 episoade

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In this week's episode, I speak with Professor Helen Fisher, Professor of Developmental Psychopathology from King's College London and Rebecca Gray on the Environmental Risk Longitudinal Twin Study (E-Risk Study).
The E-Risk Study builds knowledge around the question of how environmental and genetic factors contribute to the development of behaviors', health, and mental health problems from childhood through to adulthood.
We discuss the importance of twin studies, some of the factors the E-risk study measured over a period of time, the data collected, and some key insights that has been contributed from it!
Website: https://eriskstudy.com/
Professor Helen Fisher: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/people/helen-fisher
Twitter: https://twitter.com/HelenLFisher
https://twitter.com/ERiskstudy

  continue reading

Capitole

1. Importance of Twin Studies in Research (00:02:34)

2. Professor Fisher's work in the study (00:12:55)

3. Longitudinal Study on Twins' Lives (00:18:47)

4. ADHD, Victimization, Genes, and Environment (00:32:25)

5. Epigenetic Effects of Environmental Factors (00:39:37)

6. Moving Away From Mental Health Categories (00:44:45)

7. Study Impact on Understanding and Collaboration (00:52:46)

8. Longitudinal Study on Twins' Development (00:59:18)

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