Her primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Heritability, Twin study, Demography and Young adult. Her research in Developmental psychology intersects with topics in Social psychology, Cognition, Intelligence quotient and Association. The concepts of her Heritability study are interwoven with issues in Genetic variation, CBCL, Behavioural genetics and Early childhood.
Her Twin study research integrates issues from Psychopathology, Clinical psychology, Subjective well-being and Anxiety. The Demography study combines topics in areas such as Genome-wide association study, Well-being, Child Behavior Checklist, Gene–environment interaction and Happiness. Her Young adult study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hydrocortisone and Etiology.
Meike Bartels mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Heritability, Demography, Twin study and Clinical psychology. Her Developmental psychology study deals with Psychopathology intersecting with Anxiety. In her research, Genetic association is intimately related to Genetic variation, which falls under the overarching field of Heritability.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Body mass index, Birth weight, Meta-analysis, Gene–environment interaction and Genetic architecture in addition to Demography. Genetics covers Meike Bartels research in Twin study. The various areas that Meike Bartels examines in her Clinical psychology study include Neuroticism and Depression.
Heritability, Developmental psychology, Aggression, Clinical psychology and Genetic correlation are her primary areas of study. Her Heritability research incorporates elements of Optimism, Demography and Gene–environment interaction. As part of one scientific family, Meike Bartels deals mainly with the area of Demography, narrowing it down to issues related to the Twin study, and often Young adult and Autism spectrum disorder.
Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mental health, Child and adolescent psychiatry, Psychopathology and Offspring. Her study in Aggression is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Meta-analysis, Genetic association, Biomarker, Physiology and Cohort. Meike Bartels combines subjects such as Bipolar disorder and Neuroticism with her study of Clinical psychology.
Meike Bartels mainly investigates Psychiatry, Aggression, Demography, Meta-analysis and Neuroticism. Her studies in Psychiatry integrate themes in fields like Genome-wide association study and Blessing. Meike Bartels has researched Demography in several fields, including Offspring, Twins Early Development Study and Heritability.
Her studies deal with areas such as Birth weight, Socioeconomic status and Gene–environment interaction as well as Heritability. Her studies examine the connections between Neuroticism and genetics, as well as such issues in Bipolar disorder, with regards to Clinical psychology, Autism, Schizophrenia and Anxiety. She works mostly in the field of Anxiety, limiting it down to concerns involving Risk factor and, occasionally, Twin study.
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Genetic variants associated with subjective well-being, depressive symptoms, and neuroticism identified through genome-wide analyses
Aysu Okbay;Bart M L Baselmans;Jan-Emmanuel De Neve;Patrick Turley.
Nature Genetics (2016)
Factor Structure, Reliability and Criterion Validity of the Autism-Spectrum Quotient (AQ): A Study in Dutch Population and Patient Groups
Rosa A. Hoekstra;Meike Bartels;Danielle C. Cath;Dorret I. Boomsma.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (2008)
The heritability of general cognitive ability increases linearly from childhood to young adulthood
Claire M. A. Haworth;M. J. Wright;M. Luciano;N. G. Martin.
Molecular Psychiatry (2010)
Netherlands Twin Register: From Twins to Twin Families
Dorret I. Boomsma;Eco J. C. de Geus;Jacqueline M. Vink;Janine H. Stubbe.
Twin Research and Human Genetics (2006)
Anesthesia and cognitive performance in children: no evidence for a causal relationship.
Meike Bartels;Robert R. Althoff;Dorret I. Boomsma.
Twin Research and Human Genetics (2009)
Five types of personality continuity in childhood and adolescence.
Filip De Fruyt;Meike Bartels;Karla G. Van Leeuwen;Barbara De Clercq.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2006)
Heritability of autistic traits in the general population.
Rosa A. Hoekstra;Meike Bartels;Catharina J. H. Verweij;Dorret I. Boomsma.
JAMA Pediatrics (2007)
Netherlands Twin Register: A Focus on Longitudinal Research
Dorret I. Boomsma;Jacqueline M. Vink;Toos C. E .M. van Beijsterveldt;Eco J. C. de Geus.
Twin Research and Human Genetics (2002)
Heritability of cortisol levels: review and simultaneous analysis of twin studies
M Bartels;M Van den Berg;F Sluyter;F Sluyter;D.I Boomsma.
Genetic and environmental influences on the development of intelligence.
M. Bartels;M. J. H. Rietveld;G. C. M. Van Baal;D. I. Boomsma.
Behavior Genetics (2002)
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