12 search results for “endophenotypes” in the Public website
Profiling Endophenotypes in Social Anxiety Disorder – a family study
The key question addressed in this family study is whether the psychophysiological and neurocognitive abnormalities often reported in SAD patients are heritable and can thus be found in family members of SAD patients as well. Determination of heritability of these deficiencies is essential for endophenotyping.…
Extremely shy and genetically close
Investigating neurobiological endophenotypes of Social Anxiety Disorder
The Leiden Family Lab study on Social Anxiety Disorder
Social anxiety runs in families, but the neurobiology underlying this genetic vulnerability is until now largely unknown. The unique Leiden Family Lab study on Social Anxiety Disorder (LFLSAD) aims to broaden our knowledge with respect to this genetic susceptibility.
Shy parent, shy child?
Delineating psychophysiological endophenotypes of social anxiety disorder
Janna Marie Bas-Hoogendam
Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
Presentations and Lectures
Members of our research team give different types of presentations and lectures.
Looking back at the Lorentz Workshop
“Endophenotypes of Social Anxiety Disorder: Can we detect them and are they useful in clinical practice”
Social Anxiety and Specific Phobia in Youth
From basic science to real-world interventions
People and Projects
Our team consists of the following members.
Electronic versions of our publications can be obtained by sending an e-mail to Esther van den Bos: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the Media
Our research regularly receives attention in the (Dutch) popular media. Here is an overview.
Extremely Shy & Genetically Close