Marcus R. Munafò

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Marcus R. Munafò
Affiliation: Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol
Location: United Kingdom
Position: Professor
Interest(s): Biological psychiatry
Personality genetics
Meta-analysis
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Link(s): http://www.bristol.ac.uk/expsych/people/marcus-r-munafo/
http://www.bris.ac.uk/neuroscience/people/person/111131/
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Marcus R. Munafò is a Professor of Biological Psychiatry and researcher from Department of Experimenal Psychology at the University of Bristol. He has done research in addictive behavior, personality genetics and associated meta-analysis.

Munafo has also written a newspaper article of the problem with genetic association studies.[1]

[edit] Work

  1. 5-HTTLPR genotype and anxiety-related personality traits: a meta-analysis and new data
  2. Assessing publication bias in genetic association studies: evidence from a recent meta-analysis
  3. Association of the dopamine D4 receptor (DRD4) gene and approach-related personality traits: meta-analysis and new data
  4. Bias in genetic association studies: effects of research location and resources
  5. Candidate gene studies in the 21st century: meta-analysis, mediation, moderation
  6. Credible genetic associations?
  7. Does measurement instrument moderate the association between the serotonin transporter gene and anxiety-related personality traits? a meta-analysis
  8. Gene x environment interactions at the serotonin transporter locus
  9. Genetic polymorphisms and personality in healthy adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis
  10. Lack of association of DRD2 rs1800497 (Taq1A) polymorphism with smoking cessation in a nicotine replacement therapy randomized trial
  11. Lack of association of the COMT (val158/108 met) gene and schizophrenia: A meta-analysis of case-control studies
  12. Reliability and replicability of genetic association studies
  13. Serotonin transporter (5-HTTLPR) genotype and amygdala activation: a meta-analysis
  14. Smoking status and body mass index: a longitudinal study
  15. Statistical stringency in tests of genetic association: Implications for sample size and study design

[edit] As co-author

  1. Magnetic resonance imaging studies in unipolar depression: systematic review and meta-regression analyses
  2. Significance chasing in research practice: causes, consequences and possible solutions
  3. Structural neuroimaging studies in major depressive disorder: meta-analysis and comparison with bipolar disorder
  4. The effect of the serotonin transporter polymorphism (5-HTTLPR) on amygdala function: a meta-analysis
  5. The role of COMT val158met in cognition: reply to Goldman et al.
  6. Using genetic data in cognitive neuroscience: from growing pains to genuine insights

[edit] References

  1. Marcus Munafò, Jonathan Flint, Genetic 'breakthroughs' in medicine are often nothing of the sort, guardian.co.uk, 9 november 2009.
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