Oppositional Defiant Disorder to Biological Research
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作者: 王长虹, 宁秋芬, 刘 蒙, 王东平, 李 晏*:新乡医学院第二附属医院;杨 俊*:新乡医学院药学院
关键词: 对立违抗障碍生物学基因综述Oppositional Defiant Disorder; Biology; Gene; Review
摘要: 本文从流行病学特征、母孕期和围生期的不利因素、遗传学研究三方面概述了对立违抗障碍的生物学因素研究进展,并认为其发生发展与遗传因素密切相关,通过基因研究可以提供其易感基因,从而从生物学角度为疾病的预防和治疗提供帮助。
Abstract: This article provided an overview of Oppositional Defiant Disorder research progress of biological factors, from the epidemiological characteristics, the adverse factors during the pregnancy and prenatal period, and genetic research these three aspects, and believed that its development was closely related to genetic factors. Through genetic research could provide its susceptibility gene, which provided help for the prevention and treatment of diseases from a biological perspective.
文章引用:王长虹, 宁秋芬, 刘蒙, 王东平, 李晏, 杨俊. 对立违抗障碍生物学研究进展[J]. 国际神经精神科学杂志, 2012, 1(4): 37-42. http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/IJPN.2012.14009


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