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    The visual search task displays with high and low load conditions and congruent and incongruent trials (neutral condition display is not shown).

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    <p>The visual search task displays with high and low load conditions and congruent and incongruent trials (neutral condition display is not shown).</p

    Estimated effect size (partial eta squared) of <i>CHRNA4</i> genotype as a function of load condition in the multiple object task.

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    <p>Estimated effect size (partial eta squared) of <i>CHRNA4</i> genotype as a function of load condition in the multiple object task.</p

    Figure 5

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    <p>A: Mean accuracy in the visual search task for the <i>CHRNA4</i> C- group versus the C+ group as a function of load condition. B: Mean of median reaction time in the visual search task for the <i>CHRNA4</i> C- group versus the C+ group as a function of load condition. Error bars represent standard error of the mean.</p

    The multiple object tracking task procedure and a selection of trial displays.

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    <p>The multiple object tracking task procedure and a selection of trial displays.</p

    Demographic data and clinical characterization of individuals participating in a faces matching functional MRI study.

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    <p>Abbreviations: BD, bipolar disorder; HC, healthy controls; SD, standard deviation; WASI, Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence; IDS, Inventory of Depressive Symptoms; YMRS, Young Mania Rating Scale; PANSS P score, Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale positive subscale; GAF-S, Global Assessment of Functioning–symptom score; GAF-F, Global Assessment of Functioning–function score; BD PGRS, bipolar disorder polygenic risk score; ms, milliseconds.</p><p>BD PGRS values are reported as z-scores (with SD in brackets).</p><p>Complete behavioral data (response times and accuracy rates per condition) were available for 80/85 BD and 119/121 HC. For the remaining individuals (5 BD, 2 HC), an accuracy rate for each session (i.e. a combined rate for negative faces and shapes, and for positive faces and shapes) was available and was used to confirm that the participants paid attention to the task (accuracy rate: 97.4% and 96.0%, respectively).</p><p><sup>a</sup> Mean age at fMRI scanning. Age range was 18 to 63.</p><p><sup>b</sup> IDS score at scanning was available for 60/85 individuals (70.6%).</p><p><sup>c</sup> YMRS score at scanning was available for 69/85 individuals (81.2%).</p><p><sup>d</sup> PANSS P score at scanning was available for 38/85 individuals (44.7%).</p><p><sup>e</sup> Last six months</p><p>Demographic data and clinical characterization of individuals participating in a faces matching functional MRI study.</p

    Significant clusters at whole-brain level for diagnostic category and polygenic risk score analyses, corrected for sex and age.

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    <p>*Remains significant after Bonferroni correction (8 independent tests)</p><p><sup>#</sup>P < 0.05 with IQ and education in model</p><p>Abbrevations: Pos, Positive; Neg, Negative; HC, healthy controls; BD, bipolar disorder; PGRS, polygenic risk score; L, left; R, right. ‘+’, positively associated; ‘-’, negatively associated.</p><p>Coordinates are given in MNS space.</p><p>Significant clusters at whole-brain level for diagnostic category and polygenic risk score analyses, corrected for sex and age.</p

    Description of the samples.

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    <p><sup></sup> BPD, bipolar disorder; SCZ, schizophrenia; NCNG, Norwegian Cognitive NeuroGenetics; TOP, Norwegian Thematically Organized Psychosis; WTCCC, British Wellcome Trust Case Control Consortium; Danish, Danish sub-sample of the Scandinavian Collaboration on Psychiatric Etiology; PGC, Psychiatric Genomics Consortium.</p><p><sup></sup> indicates the cases and controls in the single-centre samples that are also included in the PGC multi-centre sample.</p
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