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2014Comparing factor, class, and mixture models of cannabis initiation and DSM cannabis use disorder criteria, including craving, in the Brisbane longitudinal twin studyHickie, Ian; Aggen, Steven; Clark, Shaunna; Edwards, Alexis; Estabrook, Ryne; Gillespie, Nathan A.; Kendler, Kenneth S.; Kubarych, Thomas; Martin, Nicholas G.; Neale, Michael C.; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research InstituteComparing factor, class, and mixture models of cannabis initiation and DSM cannabis use disorder criteria, including craving, in the Brisbane longitudinal twin study, Twin Research and Human Genetics, vol.17, 27, 2014,pp 89-98
2016The Genetic and Environmental Contributions to Internet Use and Associations With Psychopathology: A Twin StudyGillespie, Nathan A.; Hickie, Ian; Lind, Penelope A; Long, Elizabeth C; Martin, Nicholas G.; Neale, Michael C.; Verhulst, Brad; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; Central Clinical School: PsychiatryThe Genetic and Environmental Contributions to Internet Use and Associations With Psychopathology: A Twin Study, Twin Research and Human Genetics, vol.19, 1, 2016,pp 1-9
2018Nineteen and Up study (19Up): understanding pathways to mental health disorders in young Australian twinsDavenport, Tracey; Hermens, Daniel; Hickie, Ian; Scott, Jan; Burns, Jane M.; Connell, Melissa; Couvy-Duchesne, Baptiste; Gillespie, Nathan A.; Kirk, Katherine M.; Lind, Penelope A; Martin, Nicholas G; McGrath, John; Medland, Sarah E; Mills, Natalie; O'Callaghan, Victoria; Parker, Richard; Scott, James; Vinkhuyzen, Anna; Wright, Margaret; Zietsch, Brendan P.; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; Central Clinical School: Psychiatry; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind CentreNineteen and Up study (19Up): understanding pathways to mental health disorders in young Australian twins, BMJ Open, vol.8, 3, 2018,pp 1-12
2005The relationship between stressful life events, the serotonin transporter (5-HTTLPR) genotype and major depressionWhitfield, John; Gillespie, Nathan A.; Heath, Andrew C.; Martin, Nicholas G.; Williams, B.; Central Clinical School: MedicineThe relationship between stressful life events, the serotonin transporter (5-HTTLPR) genotype and major depression, Psychological Medicine, vol.35,(1),2005,pp 101-111