Brede Wiki for Personality Genetics



Id Gene Polymorphism Genotype Inventory Trait Mean Std Subj. Recruitment PMID Command
1400 DRD4bw C-521Tbw T TCIbw Persistencebw 4.07 2.39 44 Healthy Hungarian female university and high school students 11244482bp Edit Rev
1399 DRD4bw C-521Tbw T TCIbw Reward dependencebw 16.48 3.78 44 Healthy Hungarian female university and high school students 11244482bp Edit Rev
1398 DRD4bw C-521Tbw T TCIbw Harm avoidancebw 14.55 5.84 44 Healthy Hungarian female university and high school students 11244482bp Edit Rev
1397 DRD4bw C-521Tbw T TCIbw Novelty seekingbw 20.98 6.43 44 Healthy Hungarian female university and high school students 11244482bp Edit Rev
1396 DRD4bw C-521Tbw C/C TCIbw Persistencebw 4.50 2.18 10 Healthy Hungarian female university and high school students 11244482bp Edit Rev
1395 DRD4bw C-521Tbw C/C TCIbw Reward dependencebw 15.30 1.96 10 Healthy Hungarian female university and high school students 11244482bp Edit Rev
1394 DRD4bw C-521Tbw C/C TCIbw Harm avoidancebw 14.50 7.3 10 Healthy Hungarian female university and high school students 11244482bp Edit Rev
1393 DRD4bw C-521Tbw C/C TCIbw Novelty seekingbw 27.30 6.89 10 Healthy Hungarian female university and high school students 11244482bp Edit Rev

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Database of genetic polymorphisms and personality traits

This is an experimental fielded wiki as a database for the relations between genetic variations and personality as reported in the scientific literature.

Short help

Type in gene symbol, genetic polymorphism (e.g., SNP), genotype (e.g., A/G), inventory (e.g., NEO PI-R), trait (e.g., Neuroticism), the mean value of the genotype group investigated, the standard deviation, the number of subjects in the genotype group, who the persons in the group were, and PubMed identifier.

Use period as decimal point. Use no commas in text. Recognized abbreviations for inventories are: EPQ: Eysenck Personality Questionnaire, EPQ-R: Revised Eysenck Personality Questionnaire, KSP: Karolinska Scales of Personality, TCI: Temperament and Character Inventory, TPQ: Tridimensional Personality Questionnaire. For traits N, E, O, C, A, HA, NS, RD, P, SD, CO and ST will be expanded.

License

The collection is protected under European Union Database Directive 96/9/EC and released under GPL, GFDL, CC by-sa and Open Database License.

Acknowledgment

Lundbeck Foundation Center for Integrated Molecular Brain Imaging (CIMBI)
Finn Årup Nielsen, CIMBI, DTU Informatics.