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Alicia Peel

Miss Alicia Peel

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Project Title: Understanding self-reported experiences: Genetic influences and clinical outcomes

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Research interests

I am interested in investigating the mechanisms that underlie self-reported responses to environmental experiences, both positive and negative. Using the twin design and molecular genetic approaches, this work aims to identify genetic influences on self-reported experiences, including major life events and outcomes following psychological treatment. I am also interested in differences in the presentation and outcomes of psychiatric disorders associated with self-reported traumatic life events, and the mechanisms that underly these associations. 

Research project

Understanding self-reported experiences: Genetic influences and clinical outcomes

Projects

The GLAD Study: Genetic Links to Anxiety and Depression

Twins Early Development Study (TEDS)

 

Contact details

Email: alicia.peel@kcl.ac.uk

Twitter: @aliciajpeel

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Postal address:
C3.16
SGDP Research Centre
Institute of Psychiatry
London
United Kingdom

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