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4 Gedragsgenetica en tweelingonderzoek

  • Meike Bartels
  • Dorret Boomsma

Samenvatting

Al heel lang houden onderzoekers in onder meer de biologie, geneeskunde, psychiatrie en sociale wetenschappen zich bezig met de vraag of de variatie in gedrag en andere eigenschappen genetische variatie tussen individuen reflecteert.

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Aanbevolen literatuur: Voor meer informatie over gedragsgenetica:

  1. Plomin, R., DeFries, J.C., McClearn, G.E., McGuffin, P. (2001). Behavioral genetics (4e druk). New York: Worth Publishers and W.H. Freeman and Company, ISBN 0-7167-5159.Google Scholar
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Voor meer informatie over moleculaire genetica:

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  • Dorret Boomsma

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