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ERIC Number: ED078108
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 242
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Genetics, Environment, and Behavior: Implications for Educational Policy.
Ehrman, Lee, Ed.; And Others
The contents of this book, which presents the fruits of one of a series of conferences organized by the National Research Council Committee on Basic Research in Education, includes 12 papers, with discussion and comments: "Introductory Remarks," Ernst W. Caspari; "Quantitative Aspects of Genetics and Environment in the Determination of Behavior," J.C. Defries; "Qualitative Aspects of Genetics and Environment in the Determination of Behavior," Claudine Petit; "Genetic Determination of Behavior (Animal)," Gerald E. McClearn; "Genetic Determination of Behavior (Mice and Men)," P.A. Parsons; "Human Behavior Adaptations: Speculations on their Genesis," I.I. Gottesman and L.I. Heston; "Biochemical Genetics and the Evolution of Human Behavior," Gilbert S. Omenn and Arno G. Motulsky;"Gene-Environment Interactions and the Variability of Behavior," L. Erlenmeyer-Kimling; "The Meaning of the Cryptanthroparion," E. Tobach; "Human Behavioral Genetics," N.E. Morton; "The Future of Human Behavior Genetics," S.G. Vandenberg; and, "Comments on School Effects, Gene-Environment Covariance, and the Heritability of Intelligence," Bruce K. Eckland. (JM)
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