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226 Aktuelle Fachpublikationen in Behavior Geneticsrss
22.10.2012 | Carol A. Van Hulle, Benjamin B. Lahey, Paul J. Rathouz, Behavior Genetics, 2012
It is likely that all complex behaviors and diseases result from interactions between genetic vulnerabilities and environmental factors. Accurately identifying such gene–environment interactions is of critical importance for genetic research on health and behavior. In a previous article we ...
26.09.2012 | Behavior Genetics, 2012
Behavior Genetics Association 42nd Annual Meeting Abstracts Content Type Journal Article Category Abstract Pages 1-67 DOI 10.1007/s10519-012-9566-6 Journal Behavior Genetics Online ISSN 1573-3297 Print ISSN 0001-8244
26.09.2012 | Behavior Genetics, 2012
Minutes of the Annual Business Meeting of the Members of the Behavior Genetics Association Content Type Journal Article Category News Pages 1-3 DOI 10.1007/s10519-012-9563-9 Journal Behavior Genetics Online ISSN 1573-3297 Print ISSN 0001-8244
25.09.2012 | Jocilyn E. Bergin, Michael C. Neale, Lindon J. Eaves, Nicholas G. Martin, Andrew C. Heath, Hermine H. Maes, Behavior Genetics, 2012
This study sought to determine the relationship between body mass index (BMI) fluctuation and cardiovascular disease phenotypes, diabetes, and depression and the role of genetic and environmental factors in individual differences in BMI fluctuation using the extended twin-family model (ETFM). ...
14.09.2012 | R. Pinto, F. Rijsdijk, A. C. Frazier-Wood, P. Asherson, J. Kuntsi, Behavior Genetics, 2012
Many twin studies on parental ratings of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms report low or negative DZ correlations. The observed differences in MZ and DZ variances indicate sibling contrast effects, which appear to reflect a bias in parent ratings. Knowledge of the ...
14.09.2012 | S. M. Matheson, L. Bünger, C. M. Dwyer, Behavior Genetics, 2012
Poor neonatal survival constrains productivity and good welfare. The heritability of survival in sheep is very low, suggesting that genetic progress will be slow. Previously we have shown that a difficult birth and low neonatal lamb vigor are important predictors of future survival. In this ...
13.09.2012 | Claudia Menne-Lothmann, Nele Jacobs, Catherine Derom, Evert Thiery, Jim van Os, Marieke Wichers, Behavior Genetics, 2012
Momentary positive affect (PA) and reward experience may underlie subjective wellbeing, and index mental health resilience. This study examines their underlying sources of variation and the covariation with stress-sensitivity. The experience sampling method was used to collect multiple ...
13.09.2012 | Tasmin L. Rymer, Neville Pillay, Behavior Genetics, 2012
Behaviour results from the interaction of an individual’s genotype with prevailing environmental conditions, resulting in local adaptation to specific habitats. We investigated the development of exploratory behaviour in two closely-related species of African striped mice from the semi-arid ...
12.09.2012 | Hao Wu, Michael C. Neale, Behavior Genetics, 2012
It is well known that the regular likelihood ratio test of a bounded parameter is not valid if the boundary value is being tested. This is the case for testing the null value of a scalar variance component. Although an adjusted test of variance component has been suggested to account for the ...