Is there a causal relationship between executive function and mental health and substance use? A Mendelian randomisation approach

This two-sample Mendelian Randomisation study examined whether there was evidence for causal pathways between a common factor score for executive function and schizophrenia, MDD, anxiety, smoking initiation, alcohol consumption, alcohol dependence and cannabis use disorder (CUD), including the likely direction of any causal pathways.

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Creator(s) Sabrina Burton, Hannah Sallis, Alexander Hatoum, Marcus Munafo, Zoe Reed
Publication date 11 Nov 2022
Language eng
Publisher University of Bristol
Licence Non-Commercial Government Licence for public sector information
DOI 10.5523/bris.2ejxinnlt7kmr2hda2infx5r1k
Citation Sabrina Burton, Hannah Sallis, Alexander Hatoum, Marcus Munafo, Zoe Reed (2022): Is there a causal relationship between executive function and mental health and substance use? A Mendelian randomisation approach. https://doi.org/10.5523/bris.2ejxinnlt7kmr2hda2infx5r1k
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