Dataset supporting the article.
In psychiatric genetics research, the volume of ambivalent findings on gene-environment interactions (G x E) is growing at an accelerating pace. In response to the surging suspicions of systematic distortion, we challenge the notion of chance capitalization as a possible contributor.
Taken together, multiple testing provides a novel approach to better understand equivocal evidence on G x E, showing that methodological differences across studies are a likely reason for heterogeneity in findings - but chance capitalization is at least equally plausible.
|Date made available||May-2015|
|Date of data production||2016|
|Geographical coverage||The Netherlands|
- Parenting behavior
- Child abuse
- Psychiatric genetics