Publications

The Origins of You: How Childhood Shapes Later Life

Belsky, J, Caspi, A, Moffitt, TE, Poulton, R
In Press Harvard University Press

Associations between life-course-persistent antisocial behavior and brain structure in a longitudinal birth cohort

Carlisi C, Moffitt TE, Knodt AR, Harrington HL, Ireland D, Melzer TR, Poulton R, Sandhya R, Caspi A, Hariri, A, Viding E
In Press Lancet-Psychiatry

Brain-age in midlife is associated with accelerated biological aging and cognitive decline in a longitudinal birth-cohort

Elliott, ML, Belsky, DW, Knodt, AR, Ireland, D, Melzer, TR, Poulton, R, Ramrakha, S, Caspi, A, Moffitt, TE, Hariri, A
In Press Molecular Psychiatry

Health, crime and social-welfare inequality cluster in a population segment in 4 million citizens from 2 nations

Richmond-Rakerd, LS, D'Souza, S, Andersen, S, Hogan, S, Houts, RM, Poulton, R, Ramrakha, S, Caspi, A, Milne, BJ, Moffitt, TE
In Press Nature Human Behaviour

Replicability of structural brain alterations associated with general psychopathology: Evidence from a population-representative birth cohort

Romer, AL, Knodt, AR, Sison, ML, Ireland, D, Houts, R, Ramrakha, S, Poulton, R, Keenan, R, Melzer, TR, Moffitt, TE, Caspi, A, Hariri, A
In Press Molecular Psychiatry

White matter hyperintensities are common in midlife and already associated with cognitive decline

d'Arbeloff, T, Elliott, ML, Knodt, AR, Melzer, TR, Keenan, R, Ireland, D, Ramrakha, S, Poulton, R, Anderson, T, Caspi, A, Moffitt, TE, Hariri, AR
2020 Brain Communications
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Does contact with the justice system deter or promote future delinquency? Results from a longitudinal study of british adolescent twins

Motz, RT, Barnes, JC, Caspi, A, Arseneault, L, Cullen, FT, Houts, R, Wertz, J, Moffitt, TE
2020 Criminology
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Implications of legacy lead for children's brain development

Reuben A, Elliott M, Caspi A
2020 Nature Medicine (News & Views)

Adolescents' perceptions of family social status correlate with health and life chances: A twin-difference longitudinal cohort study

Rivenbark, JG, Arseneault, L, Caspi, A, Danese, A, Fisher, HL, Moffitt, TE, Rasmussen, LJ, Russell, MA, Odgers, CL
2020 PNAS
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Are changes in ADHD mirrored in cognitive functioning from childhood to young adulthood? A longitudinal genetically-sensitive cohort study

Agnew-Blais JC, Polanczyk GV, Danese A, Wertz J, Moffitt TE, Arseneault L
2019 Psychological Medicine

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