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Statistics

Fields # Unique values
Genes 24 ACE, ANKK1, AR, BDNF, COMT, CYP17A1, CYP2C19, DBH, DRD2, DRD4, ESR1, GABRA6, HTR1A, HTR1B, HTR2A, HTR3A, HTR6, MAOA, SLC6A2, SLC6A3, SLC6A4, TH, TPH1, XBP1,
Polymorphisms 39 -141C, 12-bp repeat, 120-bp duplication, 13-bp deletion, 291-bp repeat, 40-bp VNTR, 5-HTTLPR, A-1438G, A-161T, A-3081T, A-809G, A1287G, A218C, A2319G, C-1019G, C-1021T, C-116G, C-182T, C-34T, C-521T, C-616G, C-616T, C178T, C267T, CAG repeat, CYP2C19, Exon 3 VNTR, GGC repeat, Pro385Ser, PvuII, STin2, TA repeat, TCAT repeat, Taq1A, XbaI, met158val, met66val, rs722207, uVNTR,
Inventories 25 BAS, BDI, BISS, DASS21, EPI, EPQ-R, FCB-TI, KSP, MMPI, MPQ, NEO PI, NEO PI-R, NEO-FFI, SCL-90-R, SPQ-B, SRQ-AD, SSP, STAI, STAXI, TCI, TCI-R, TMT-B, TPQ, WAIS-R, WMS,
Traits 113 Achievement striving, Action, Activity, Adventure seeking, Agreeableness, Anger expression control, Anger expression in, Anger expression out, Angry hostility, Anticipatory worry, Anxiety, Anxiety state, Anxiety trait, Assertiveness, Attachment, BDI, BISS, Briskness, Cognitive-perceptual, Competence, Conscientiousness, Constraint, Control, Cooperativeness, Deliberation, Dependence, Depression, Detachment, Disorderliness, Disorganized, Drive, Dutifulness, Emotional reactivity, Endurance, Excitement seeking, Exploratory excitability, Extravagance, Extraversion, Fatigability and asthenia, Fear of uncertainty, Feelings, Fun seeking, Gregariousness, Guilt, Harm avoidance, Hostility, Hypochondriasis, Hypomania, Hysteria, Impulsiveness, Indirect aggression, Inhibition of aggression, Intelligence, Interpersonal, Interpersonal sensitivity, Irritability, Lack of assertiveness, Masculinity-femininity, Modesty, Monotony avoidance, Muscular tension, Neuroticism, Non-conformity, Nonconformity, Novelty seeking, Obsessive-compulsive, Openness to experience, Openness to warm communication, Order, Paranoia, Paranoid ideation, Performance intelligence, Perseverance, Persistence, Phobic anxiety, Positive emotions, Psychasthenia, Psychic anxiety, Psychopathic deviate, Psychoticism, Reward dependence, Reward responsiveness, SCL-90-R, SPQ-B, SRQ-AD, Schizophrenia, Self-consciousness, Self-directedness, Self-discipline, Self-forgetfulness, Self-transcendence, Sensory sensitivity, Sentimentality, Shyness with strangers, Social desirability, Social introversion, Socialization, Solidity, Somatic anxiety, Somatization, Spatial span, Spiritual acceptance, State anxiety, Suspicion, TMT-B, Traditionalism, Trait anger, Trait anxiety, Transpersonal identification, Verbal aggression, Verbal intelligence, Vulnerability, Warmth,
Recruitments 104 American NIH and college sibling pairs, American caucasian alcoholics and nonalcoholics, American community-dwelling volunteers, American male substance abusers, American predominantely male homosexuals, American young adults, Australian Caucasians, Caucasian American female university students, Caucasian American male university students, Caucasian Americans, Caucasian Australians, Caucasian Brazilian alcoholic males, Caucasian Swedes, Caucasian Swedish women, Caucasian and African Americans, Chinese female nursing students, Community-dwelling Americans, Elderly depressed and nondepressed Americans, Female Caucasian Australians, Female Italian mood disorder patients, Female Japanese medical staff and students, Female Japanese medical students and staff, Female Korean hospital staff, Female twin family Americans, Finnish adults, German Babor type A alcohol-dependent patients, German Babor type B alcohol-dependent patients, German alcohol-dependent patients, German volunteers, Healthy African American females, Healthy African American males, Healthy Caucasian Americans, Healthy Caucasian Australians, Healthy Chinese female nursing students, Healthy German Caucasian female university students, Healthy German Caucasian male university students, Healthy German Caucasians, Healthy German university staff and students, Healthy German university students and staff, Healthy Germans, Healthy Hungarian female university and high school students, Healthy Hungarian male university and high school students, Healthy Hungarian students, Healthy Japanese, Healthy Japanese female hospital staff, Healthy Japanese female medical staff and students, Healthy Japanese hospital staff, Healthy Japanese male hospital staff, Healthy Japanese male medical staff and students, Healthy Japanese medical staff, Healthy Japanese volunteers, Healthy Korean hospital nurses and students and volunteers, Healthy Korean students, Healthy Polish females, Healthy Polish males, Healthy Polish medical students, Healthy Russians, Healthy Russians with psychotic relatives, Healthy Russians without psychotic relatives, Healthy Swedes, Healthy Swedish Caucasian volunteers, Healthy female Japanese hospital staff and students, Healthy female Korean nursing students, Healthy female Russian university students, Healthy female Tatar university students, Healthy male Japanese hospital staff and students, Healthy male Russian university students, Healthy male Tatar university students, Healthy unrelated German twins, Heterosexual and homosexual Americans, Hungarian heroin-dependent patients, Israeli adults, Israeli university and hospital staff and students, Italian mood disorder patients, Japanese female nursing students, Japanese female students, Japanese female university staff and students, Japanese females, Japanese hospital staff and students, Japanese male university staff and students, Japanese males, Japanese medical staff, Japanese medical staff and students, Japanese medical students and doctors, Japanese medical students and staff, Korean community-dwelling adults with negative life stressor, Korean community-dwelling adults without negative life stressors, Korean female nursing students, Korean medical students and staff, Korean university staff and students, Male Caucasian Australians, Male Italian mood disorder patients, Male Japanese medical staff and students, Male Japanese medical students and staff, Male Japanese university staff and students, Male Korean hospital staff, Male twin family Americans, Polish female students, Primarily female American siblings, Remitted mood disorder patients, Sardinians, Swedish women from Gothenburg, Swedish women from Umea, Taiwanese medical staff and students,
PMID 87 10023516, 10089017, 10213171, 10483055, 10673770, 10893498, 10898904, 10904118, 10994647, 11244482, 11340364, 11449399, 11803441, 11857587, 12063151, 12140774, 12192624, 12218661, 12524160, 12556917, 12589394, 12605095, 12606846, 12760255, 14504413, 14557147, 14666415, 14681916, 14698468, 14730195, 14744464, 15118354, 15292670, 15292674, 15738935, 15892135, 15900230, 15918078, 15925123, 15952185, 16110245, 16139427, 16152802, 16154272, 16236416, 16313923, 16319504, 16360899, 16504134, 16538181, 16584839, 16966839, 17052843, 17116352, 17191306, 17297267, 17357148, 17392738, 17519928, 17761405, 17845831, 17920180, 17943028, 17945417, 18546120, 18619494, 18680103, 18755576, 18845200, 19153574, 19199283, 19769301, 19822194, 19923862, 20042999, 8528256, 8528258, 8929413, 9137132, 9152986, 9342209, 9774781, 9929970, Burt 2002, Demetrovics 2010, Ha 2004, Turakulov 2004,

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Database of genetic polymorphisms and personality traits

This is an experimental fielded wiki as a database for the relations between genetic variations and personality as reported in the scientific literature.

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Type in gene symbol, genetic polymorphism (e.g., SNP), genotype (e.g., A/G), inventory (e.g., NEO PI-R), trait (e.g., Neuroticism), the mean value of the genotype group investigated, the standard deviation, the number of subjects in the genotype group, who the persons in the group were, and PubMed identifier.

Use period as decimal point. Use no commas in text. Recognized abbreviations for inventories are: EPQ: Eysenck Personality Questionnaire, EPQ-R: Revised Eysenck Personality Questionnaire, KSP: Karolinska Scales of Personality, TCI: Temperament and Character Inventory, TPQ: Tridimensional Personality Questionnaire. For traits N, E, O, C, A, HA, NS, RD, P, SD, CO and ST will be expanded.

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The collection is protected under European Union Database Directive 96/9/EC and released under GPL, GFDL, CC by-sa and Open Database License.

Acknowledgment

Lundbeck Foundation Center for Integrated Molecular Brain Imaging (CIMBI)
Finn Årup Nielsen, CIMBI, DTU Informatics.