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Au B, Smith KJ, Gariépy G, Schmitz N.  2014.  C-reactive protein, depressive symptoms, and risk of diabetes: results from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA).. J Psychosom Res. 77(3):180-6.
Steiger H, Thaler L, Gauvin L, Joober R, Labbe A, Israel M, Kucer A.  2016.  Epistatic interactions involving DRD2, DRD4, and COMT polymorphisms and risk of substance abuse in women with binge-purge eating disturbances.. J Psychiatr Res. 77:8-14.
Boivin DB, Boudreau P.  2014.  Impacts of shift work on sleep and circadian rhythms.. Pathol Biol (Paris). 62(5):292-301.
Hannon E, Spiers H, Viana J, Pidsley R, Burrage J, Murphy TM, Troakes C, Turecki G, O'Donovan MC, Schalkwyk LC et al..  2016.  Methylation QTLs in the developing brain and their enrichment in schizophrenia risk loci.. Nat Neurosci. 19(1):48-54.
Fujihara K, Narita K, Suzuki Y, Takei Y, Suda M, Tagawa M, Ujita K, Sakai Y, Narumoto J, Near J et al..  2015.  Relationship of γ-aminobutyric acid and glutamate+glutamine concentrations in the perigenual anterior cingulate cortex with performance of Cambridge Gambling Task.. Neuroimage. 109:102-8.
Mannie ZN, Filippini N, Williams C, Near J, Mackay CE, Cowen PJ.  2014.  Structural and functional imaging of the hippocampus in young people at familial risk of depression.. Psychol Med. 44(14):2939-48.
Shenk CE, Griffin AM, O'Donnell K.  2015.  Symptoms of major depressive disorder subsequent to child maltreatment: Examining change across multiple levels of analysis to identify transdiagnostic risk pathways.. Dev Psychopathol. 27(4 Pt 2):1503-14.
Chuang Y-F, Breitner JCS, Chiu Y-L, Khachaturian A, Hayden K, Corcoran C, Tschanz J, Norton M, Munger R, Welsh-Bohmer K et al..  2014.  Use of diuretics is associated with reduced risk of Alzheimer's disease: the Cache County Study.. Neurobiol Aging. 35(11):2429-35.
Peterson D, Munger C, Crowley J, Corcoran C, Cruchaga C, Goate AM, Norton MC, Green RC, Munger RG, Breitner JCS et al..  2014.  Variants in PPP3R1 and MAPT are associated with more rapid functional decline in Alzheimer's disease: the Cache County Dementia Progression Study.. Alzheimers Dement. 10(3):366-71.