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The Links Between Genetics and Mental Disorders


Researchers have spent decades exploring the role of genetics in mental health. Indeed, they’ve long been looking for clues that suggest a connection between genetics and mental disorders. However, the results have often been misleading, inaccurate, or imprecise. In fact, we still lack the knowledge of any specific biomarkers that indicate the presence of a mental disorder. A biomarker is a result of a medical test, such as a blood test or a neuroimaging test, that unequivocally states that an individual is suffering, for example, from depression or social anxiety. For instance, orexin is the only known biomarker for narcolepsy….

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Chantal Maille
Praticien en Psychothérapie - Psychanalyste, Coaching conjugal & Sophrologie

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