IBG researchers Alta du Pont, Soo Rhee, and colleagues find that the association between dyadic (e.g., marital) adjustment and symptoms of depression and anxiety is largely due to common nonshared environmental influences, such as partners’ characteristics.
IBG graduate student, Richard Border , and IBG Faculty Fellow, Dr. Soo Rhee , and their colleagues report on the strikingly high risk of early death among teens with conduct disorder and substance abuse. Original article in Addiction CU Boulder Today article Science Daily article
IBG training program graduate, Dr. Robbee Wedow, and IBG Faculty Fellow, Prof. Jason Boardman, coauthor major new study on the genetics of educational attainment. The original article is published in Nature Genetics . These findings are also summarized in a CU news release , an article on the study in...
IBG Faculty Fellow and President of the International Behavioural and Neural Genetics Society, Prof. Marissa Ehringer, discusses the opportunities and challenges for contemporary neural and behavioral genetics.