How might cannabis use or childhood adversity drive mental illness? Video lay summary

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Title of lay summary How might cannabis use or childhood adversity drive mental illness? Video lay summary
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Mrs Harriet Beveridge

Vetting Professional Dr Anthony Mark Harrison
Vetting Professional Affiliation(s) / participating organisation(s) King's College London, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience: Psychology & Neuroscience of Mental Health MSc, PG Dip, PG Cert (online)
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Key Search Words

cannabis

mental illness

childhood adversity

epigenetics

mental health

Key Search Words for Expert Audience

epigenetics

transdiagnostic

mental health disorders

childhood trauma

DNA-meythlation

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Title of the original peer-reviewed published article: Can epigenetics shine a light on the biological pathways underlying major mental disorders?
Journal Name: Psychological Medicine
Issue (if applicable): 9
Page numbers (if applicable): 1645-1665
Year of publication: 2022
Authors:

Alameda, L.

Trotta, G.

Quigley, H.

Rodriguez, V.

Gadelrab, R.

Dwir, D.

Forti, M. D.

Dempster, E.

Wong, C.C.Y.

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Original Article language: English
Article Type: Narrative review
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