Common polygenic risk for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is associated with cognitive ability in the general population

T. K. Clarke (Lead / Corresponding author), M. K. Lupton, A. M. Fernandez-Pujals, J. Starr, G. Davies, S. Cox, A. Pattie, D. C. Liewald, L. S. Hall, D. J. MacIntyre, B. H. Smith, L. J. Hocking, S. Padmanabhan, P. A. Thomson, C. Hayward, N. K. Hansell, G. W. Montgomery, S. E. Medland, N. G. Martin, M. J. WrightD. J. Porteous, I. J. Deary, A. M. McIntosh

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