Editorial Policy on Candidate Gene Association and Candidate Gene-by-Environment Interaction Studies of Complex Traits

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Hewitt, J.K. Editorial Policy on Candidate Gene Association and Candidate Gene-by-Environment Interaction Studies of Complex Traits. Behav Genet 42, 1–2 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10519-011-9504-z

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Keywords

  • Complex Trait
  • Genome Wide Significance
  • Reporting Guideline
  • Behavior Genetic
  • Direct Replication