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Kirkbride J. on PAPER: Kirkbride JB. et al., 2012, Lalit Srivastava raises a small, but important point about the patterning in the incidence of... 22 Jun 2012. 

Kirkbride J. on NEWS: A Tale of Two City Exposures and the Brain, Mannheim, Germany, has long played a pivotal role in unearthing links between the environment... 27 Jun 2011. 

Kirkbride J. on PAPER: Kuepper R. et al., 2011, Epidemiological studies have consistently shown that cannabis use is associated with... 9 May 2011. 

Kirkbride J. on PAPER: Menezes NM. et al., 2011, The brain is the primary organ that mediates our response to the environment in which we... 31 Mar 2011. 

Kirkbride J. on PAPER: Bresnahan M. et al., 2007, On Ethnicity, Socioeconomic Status and Schizophrenia In their recent article,... 23 Apr 2007. 

Kirkbride J. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: The New Epidemiology of Schizophrenia, The variation in incidence rates from epidemiological studies is now clear to see, not least... 5 Apr 2007. 

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