Genome-wide association study of positive emotion identifies a genetic variant and a role for microRNAs

Volume: 22, Issue: 5, Pages: 774 - 783
Published: Sep 6, 2016
Abstract
Positive affect denotes a state of pleasurable engagement with the environment eliciting positive emotion such as contentment, enthusiasm or happiness. Positive affect is associated with favorable psychological, physical and economic outcomes in many longitudinal studies. With a heritability of ⩽64%, positive affect is substantially influenced by genetic factors; however, our understanding of genetic pathways underlying individual differences in...
Paper Details
Title
Genome-wide association study of positive emotion identifies a genetic variant and a role for microRNAs
Published Date
Sep 6, 2016
Volume
22
Issue
5
Pages
774 - 783
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