Interaction Between Polygenic Liability for Schizophrenia and Childhood Adversity Influences Daily-Life Emotional Dysregulation and Psychosis Proneness

      The earliest stages of the pluripotent psychopathology on the pathway to psychotic disorders is represented by emotional dysregulation and subtle psychosis expression, which can be measured using the Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA). However, it is not clear to what degree common genetic and environmental risk factors for psychosis contribute to variation in these early expressions of psychopathology.
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