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BAKER, LAURA A.; MACK, WENDY; MOFFITT, TEMI E.; and MEDNICK, SARNOFF A. "Sex Differences in Property Crime in a Danish Adoption Cohort." Behavior Genetics 19 (1987): 355–370.

BOHMAN, MICHAEL. "Some Genetic Aspects of Alcoholism and Criminality." Archives of General Psychiatry 35 (1978): 269–276.

BOHMAN, MICHAEL; CLONINGER, C. ROBERT; SIGVARDSSON, SOREN; and VON KNORRING, ANNE LIS. "Predisposition to Petty Criminality in Swedish Adoptees." Archives of General Psychiatry 39 (1982): 1233–1241.

BRENNAN, PATRICIA A.: GREKIN, EMILY R.; and MEDNICK, SARNOFF A. "Maternal Smoking during Pregnancy and Adult Male Criminal Outcomes." Archives of General Psychiatry 56 (1999): 215–219.

CADORET, REMI J., and CAIN, COLLEEN. "Sex Differences in Predictors of Antisocial Behavior in Adoptees." Archives of General Psychiatry 37 (1980): 1171–1775.

CADORET, REMI J.; CAIN, COLLEEN; and CROWE, R. R. "Evidence for Gene-Environment Interaction in the Development of Adolescent Anti-social Behavior." Behavior Genetics 13 (1983): 301–310.

CADORET, REMI J.; O'GORMAN, THOMAS W.; TROUGHTON, ED; and HEYWOOD, ELLEN. "Alcoholism and Antisocial Personality: Interrelationships, Genetic and Environmental Factors." Archives of General Psychiatry 42 (1985): 161–167.

CADORET, REMI J.; TROUGHTON, ED; and O'GORMAN, THOMAS. "Genetic and Environmental Factors in Alcohol Abuse and Antisocial Personality." Journal of Studies on Alcohol 48 (1987): 1–8.

CADORET, REMI J.; YATES, WILLIAM R.; TROUGHTON, ED; WOODWORTH, GEORGE; and STEWART, MARK A. "Genetic-Environmental Interaction in the Genesis of Aggressivity and Conduct Disorders." Archives of General Psychiatry 52 (1995): 916–924.

CAREY, GREGORY. "Twin Imitation for Antisocial Behavior: Implications for Genetic and Family Environment Research." Journal of Abnormal Psychology 101 (1992): 18–25.

——. "Multivariate Genetic Relationships among Drug Abuse, Alcohol Abuse and Anti-social Personality." Psychiatric Genetics 3 (1993): 141.

CAREY, GREGORY, and GOLDMAN, DAVID. "The Genetic of Antisocial Behavior." In The Handbook of Antisocial Behavior. Edited by Stoff, D. M., Breiling, J., and Maser J. D. New York: John Wiley, 1996.

CHRISTIANSEN, KARL O. "A Preliminary Study of Criminality among Twins." In Biological Bases of Criminal Behavior. Edited by S. A. Mednick and K. O. Christiansen. New York: Gardener Press, 1997. Pages 89–108.

CLONINGER, C. ROBERT, and GOTTESMAN, IRVING. "Genetic and Environmental Factors in Anti-social Behavior Disorders." In The Causes of Crime: New Biological Approaches. Edited by S. A. Mednick, T. E. Moffit, and S. A. Stack. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987.

CLONINGER, C. ROBERT; BOHMAN, MICHAEL; and SIGVARDSSON, SOREN. "Inheritance of Alcohol Abuse." Archives of General Psychiatry 38 (1981): 861–868.

CLONINGER, C. ROBERT; CHRISTIANSEN, KARL O.; REICH, THOMAS; and GOTTESMAN, IRVING I. "Implications of Sex Differences in the Prevalences of Antisocial Personality, Alcoholism, and Criminality for Familial Transmission." Archives of General Psychiatry 35 (1978): 941–951.

CLONINGER, C. ROBERT; SIGVARDSSON, SOREN; BOHMAN, MICHAEL; and VON KNORRING, ANNE LIS. "Predisposition to Petty Criminality in Swedish Adoptees. II. Cross-fostering Analysis of Gene-Environment Interaction." Archives of General Psychiatry 39 (1982): 1242–1247.

CROWE, RAYMOND R. "An Adoption Study of Antisocial Behavior." Archives of General Psychiatry 31 (1974): 785–791.

DALGAARD, OLE S., and KRINGLEN, EINAR A. "A Norwegian Twin Study of Criminality." British Journal of Criminology 16 (1976): 213–232.

GROVE, WILLIAM M.; ECKERT, E. D.; HESTON, L.; BOUCHARD, T. J.; SEGAL, NYAND; and LYKKEN, D. Y. "Heritability of Substance Abuse and Antisocial Behavior: A Study of Monozygotic Twins Reared Apart." Biological Psychiatry 27 (1990): 1293–1304.

HALLIKAINEN, TERO; SAITO, TAKUTA; LACHMAN, HERBERT M.; and VOLAVKA, JAN. "Association between Low Activity Serotonin Transporter Promoter Genotype with Habitual Impulsive Violent Behavior among Antisocial Early Alcoholics." Molecular Psychiatry 32 (1999): 432–438.

HEINZ, ANDRES; HIGLEY, J. DEE; GOREY, JULIA G.; SAUNDERS, RICHARD C.; JONES, DOUGLAS; HOMMER, DANIEL; ZAJICEK, KRISTIN; SOUMI, STEPHEN; LESCH, KLAUS-PETER; WEINBERGER, DANIEL; and LINNOILA, MARKKU. "In Vivo Association between Alcohol Intoxication, Aggression and Serotonin Transporter Availability in Nonohuman Primates." American Journal of Psychiatry 155 (1998): 1023–1028.

HESTON, LEE L. "Psychiatric Disorders in Foster-Home Reared Children of Schizophrenics." British Journal of Psychiatry 112 (1996): 819–825.

HIBBELN, J. R.; LINNOILA, M.; UMHAU, J. C.; RAWLINGS, R.; GEORGE, D. T.; and SALEM, N. "Essential Fatty Acids Predict Metabolites of Serotonin and Dopamine in Cerebrospinal Fluid among Healthy Control Subjects, and Early and Late-Onset Alcoholics." Biological Psychiatry 44 (1998): 235–242.

HIGLEY, J. DEE; THOMPSON, W.; CHAMPOUX, M.: GOLDMAN, D.; HAERT, M. F.; KRAEMER, G. W.; SCANLAN, J. M.; SUOMU, S. J.; and LINNOILA, M. "Paternal and Maternal Genetic and Environmental Contributions to Cerebrospinal Fluid Monoamine Metabolites in Rhesus Monkeys." Archives of General Psychiatry 50 (1993): 615–662.

LAPPALAINEN, JAAKKO; LONG, JEFFREY C.; EGGERT, MONICA; OZAKI, NORIO; ROBIN, ROBERT W.; BROWN, GERALD L.; NAUKKARINEN, HANNU; VIRKKUNEN, MATTI; LINNOILA, MARKKU; and GOLDMAN, DAVID. "Linkage of Antisocial Alcoholism to the Serotonin 5-HT1B Receptor Gene in 2 Populations." Archives of General Psychiatry 55 (1998): 989–994.

LYONS, MICHAEL J. "A Twin Study of Self-Reported Criminal Behavior." In Genetics of Criminal and Antisocial Behavior. Edited by C. Foundation. Chichester, U.K.: Wiley, 1996. Pages 61–69.

MACHON, RICARDO A., and MEDNICK, SARNOFF A. "Adult Schizophrenia and Early Neurodevelopmental Disturbances." In Confrontations Psychiatriques: Epidemiologie et Psychiatrie, no. 35. Specia Rhone-Poulenc Rorer, 1994. Pages 189–215.

MACHON, RICARDO A.; MEDNICK, SARNOFF A.; and HUTTENEN, MATTI O. "Adult Major Affective Disorder following Prenatal Exposure to an Influenza Epidemic." Archives of General Psychiatry 54 (1997): 322–328.

MEDNICK, SARNOFF A.; GABRIELLI, WILLIAM F.; and HUTCHINGS, BARRY. "Genetic Influences in Criminal Convictions: Evidence From an Adoption Cohort." Science 224 (1984): 891–894.

MEDNICK, SARNOFF A.; MACHON, RICARDO A.; HUTTUNEN, MATTI O.; and BARR, CHRISTOPHER E. "Influenza and Schizophrenia: Helsinki vs. Edinburgh." Archives of General Psychiatry 47 (1990): 875–876.

MEDNICK, SARNOFF A.; MACHON, RICARDO A.; HUTTUNEN, MATTI O.; and BONNET, D. "Adult Schizophrenia following Prenatal Exposure to an Influenza Epidemic." Archives of General Psychiatry 45 (1988): 189–192.

MEDNICK, SARNOFF A.; MACHON, RICARDO A.; and HUTTENEN, MATTI. "Second Trimester Influenza Virus Predicts to Violent but not Property Offending." In TEHRANI, JASMINE A.; BRENNAN, PATRICIA A.; HODGINS, SHELEIGH; and MEDNICK, SARNOFF A. "Mental Illness and Criminal Violence." Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 33 (1998): 81–85.

MOFFIT, TEMI E. "Parental Mental Disorder and Offspring Criminal Behavior: An Adoption Study." Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes 50 (1987): 346–360.

RAINE, ADRIAN. The Psychopathology of Crime: Criminal Behavior as a Clinical Disorder. San Diego, Calif.: Academic Press, 1993.

——. "Antisocial Behavior and Psychophysiology: A Biosocial Perspective and a Prefrontal Dysfunctional Hypothesis." Edited by D. M. Stoff, J. Breiling, and J. D. Maser. New York: Wiley, 1996.

RANTAKALLIO, P.; LAARA, E.; ISOHANNI, M.; and MOILANEN, I. "Maternal Smoking during Pregnancy and Delinquency of the Offspring: An Association Without Causation?" International Journal of Epidemiology 1992. 21, 1106–1113.

SIGVARDSSON, SOREN; BOHMAN, MICHAEL; and CLONINGER, C. ROBERT. "Replication of the Stockholm Adoption Study of Alcoholism." Archives of General Psychiatry 53 (1996): 681–687.

SIGVARDSSON, SOREN; CLONINGER, C. ROBERT; BOHMAN, MICHAEL; and VON KNORRING, ANNE LIS. "Predisposition to Petty Criminality in Swedish Adoptees. III. Sex Differences and Validation of the Male Typology." Archives of General Psychiatry 39 (1982): 1248–1253.

SLUTSKE, WENDY S.; HEATH, ANDREW C.; DINWIDDIE, S. H.; and MADDEN, PAMELA. "Modeling Genetic and Environmental Influences in the Etiology of Conduct Disorder: A Study of 2,682 Adult Twin Pairs." Journal of Abnormal Psychology 106 (1996): 266–279.

TEHRANI, JASMINE A.; and MEDNICK, SARNOFF A. "Genetic Cross-relationships between Criminal Behavior and Severe Alcohol-related Problems." (Manuscript submitted.)

VAN DUSEN, KAREN T.; MEDNICK, SARNOFF A.; GABRIELLI, WILLIAM F.; and HUTCHINGS, BARRY. "Social Class and Crime in an Adoption Cohort." The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 74 (1983): 249–261.

VIRKKUNEN, MATTI; DE JONG, JUDITH; BARTKO, F.; GOODWIN, FREDRICK; and LINNOILA, MARKKU. "Relationship of Psychobiological Variables to Recidivism in Violent Offenders and Impulsive Fire Setters." Archives of General Psychiatry (1989): 600–604.

VIRKKUNEN, MATTI; EGGERT, MONIKA; RAWLINGS, ROBERT; and LINNOILA, MARKKU. "A Prospective Follow-up Study of Alcoholic Violent Offenders and Fire Setters." Archives of General Psychiatry 53 (1996): 523–529.

VIRKKUNEN, MATTI; RAWLINGS, ROBERT; TOKOLA, RIITA; POLAND, RUSSELL; GUIDOTTI, ALESSANDRO; NEMEROFF, CHARLES; BISSETTE, GARTH; KALOGERAS, KONSTANTINE; KARONEN, SIRKKA-LIISA; and LINNOILA, MARKKU. "CSF Biochemistries, Glucose Metabolism, and Diurnal Activity Rhythms in Alcoholic, Violent Offenders, Fire Setters and Healthy Volunteers." Archives of General Psychiatry 51 (1994): 20–27.

VOLAVKA, JAN. Neurobiology of Violence. Washington D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, 1995.

WOLFGANG, MARVIN; FIGLIO, R. M.; and SELLIN, T. Delinquency in a Birth Cohort. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1972.

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