Why it is hard to find genes associated with social science traits: Theoretical and empirical considerations
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- Lee, James & Borst, Gregoire & Chabris, Christopher F. & Benjamin, Daniel J. & Beauchamp, Jonathan P. & Glaeser, Edward Ludwig & Pinker, Steven & Laibson, David I., 2013. "Why It Is Hard to Find Genes Associated With Social Science Traits: Theoretical and Empirical Considerations," Scholarly Articles 12410512, Harvard University Department of Economics.
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Keywordsadolescent; adult; article; behavior; cellular; subcellular and molecular biological phenomena and functions; eye color; female; gene; genetic association; genetic selection; genetics; hair color; human; male; personality; questionnaire; single nucleotide polymorphism; sociology; Adolescent; Adult; Behavior; Biological Phenomena; Eye Color; Female; Genes; Genetic Research; Genome-Wide Association Study; Hair Color; Humans; Male; Personality; Polymorphism; Single Nucleotide; Questionnaires; Selection; Genetic; Social Sciences; Young Adult;
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