Future Directions for Behavior Genetics
The Handbook has been organized into (1) an introduction; (2) quantitative methods and models in behavior genetics; (3) genetics of cognition; (4) genetics of personality; (5) genetics of psychopathology; and (6) conclusion. The Handbook has selected 33 current topics and issues in behavior genetics. Twenty-four studies of human behaviors and nine studies of animal models have been presented.
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