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Imaging genetic studies aim to test how genetic information influences brain structure and function by combining neuroimaging-based brain features and genetic data from the same individual. Most studies focus on individual correlation and association tests between genetic variants and a single measurement of the brain. Despite the great success of univariate approaches, given the capacity of neuroimaging methods to provide a multiplicity of cerebral phenotypes, the development and applicationdoi:10.1016/j.csbj.2021.10.019 pmid:34765095 pmcid:PMC8567328 fatcat:qxpol6cydbfothoeeox4u3e7vq