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Association between polygenic risk scores for psychiatric disorders and social cognition: a systematic review
Introduction Social cognition refers to a complex set of mental abilities that support the construction of adequate social competence and adaptation. Impairments in social cognition can be found in several psychiatric disorders, particularly in psychoses. Polygenic Risk Scores (PRSs) represent single metrics of molecular genetic risk and are a predictor of the genetic susceptibility to diseases, although they explain only a small part of the risk. Objectives To explore the association betweendoi:10.1192/j.eurpsy.2022.2262 fatcat:tmf72hifrfgenjeniuowet3tju