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Correction: Association of low-frequency and rare coding variants with information processing speed

The Original Article was published on 04 December 2021

Correction to: Translational Psychiatry, published online 4 December 2021

The original version of this article unfortunately contained mistakes in the author affiliations. The original article has been corrected.

The correct affiliations are as follows:

Eric Boerwinkle1,19, Archie Campbell20,21,22, Rebecca F. Gottesman23,24, Megan L. Grove1, Xiuqing Guo25, Edith Hofer26,27, Maria J. Knol13, Marisa Koini26, Oscar L. Lopez28,29, Riccardo E. Marioni20, Paul Nyquist23, Ozren Polasek30,31, David J. Porteous20,32, Igor Rudan33, Claudia L. Satizibal17,34,35, Reinhold Schmidt26, Stephen Sidney36, Jeannette Simino37, Blair H. Smith38, Stephen T. Turner39, Sven J. van der Lee13, Erin B. Ware12, Rachel A. Whitmer36, Kristine Yaffe40, Vilmundur Gudnason4,41, Lenore J. Launer42, Annette L. Fitzpatrick43,44, Bruce M. Psaty6,44,45, M. Arfan Ikram13, Cornelia M. van Duijn13,46, Sudha Seshadri17,34,35, Thomas H. Mosley47.

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Bressler, J., Davies, G., Smith, A.V. et al. Correction: Association of low-frequency and rare coding variants with information processing speed. Transl Psychiatry 12, 88 (2022).

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