This cohort study uses Danish national registry data to examine associations between parental psychiatric disease and risks of attempted suicide and violent offending among offspring.
This cohort study examines risk for depression in children and grandchildren stratified by biological parents’ and grandparents’ depression status.
This study of parental depression diagnoses and child school grades at the end of compulsory education in Sweden examines the associations of parental depression with child school performance.
This case-control study reports that schizophrenia is associated with the polygenic risk score, family psychiatric history, and socioeconomic status.
This Viewpoint discusses the effect of the exposure of children to violence. A deeper understanding of the different perspectives on the intergenerational effect of war is central to the work of health care professionals around the world.
This family-based analysis of de novo copy number variants finds significant parent-proband correlations between family background and phenotypic variability.
Singh and coauthors examine anomalous neural processing of reward in children at familial risk for bipolar disorder.
Lyall and coauthors examine the familiality of Social Responsiveness Scale scores of individuals with and without autism spectrum disorder.
Hoffman et al examine reproductive stoppage in a large, population-based cohort of families. Reproductive curtailment was compared between families with and without a child with autism spectrum disorder.
By linking population records for psychiatric disorders, McGrath et al determine the relative influence of maternal vs paternal age and older vs younger parents with respect to different mental health disorders in their offspring.
Beardslee et al determine whether the positive effects of a group cognitive-behavioral prevention (CBP) program extended to longer-term (multiyear) follow-up.