Data from: Assessing for interaction between APOE ε4, sex, and lifestyle on cognitive abilities

Donald M. Lyall, Carlos Celis-Morales, Laura M. Lyall, Christopher Graham, Nicholas Graham, Daniel F. Mackay, Rona J. Strawbridge, Joey Ward, Jason M.R. Gill, Naveed Sattar, Jonathan Cavanagh, Daniel J. Smith & Jill P. Pell
Objective: To test for statistically significant interactions between apolipoprotein (APOE) e4 genotype, and lifestyle factors on worse cognitive abilities in UK Biobank. Methods: Using UK Biobank cohort data, we tested for statistically significant interactions between APOE e4 allele presence, lifestyle factors of alcohol intake, smoking, total physical activity and obesity, and sex, on cognitive tests of reasoning, information processing speed and executive function (n range=70,988-324,725 depending on the test). We statistically adjusted for potential confounders...
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