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Family studies show increased familial risk—the earlier the age of onset, the higher the familial risk—and twin and adoption studies conﬁrm a clear genetic component, though less for community-sampled or ‘neurotic’ depression, suggesting a lesser biological component (Hirschﬁeld & Weissman, 2002). What is less clear is how this genetic risk translates into the expression of depressive illness. No evidence exists for true Mendelian inheritance. The few studies ﬁnding linkage have not been replicated.
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