Genetic And Familial Influences On Personality

Heritability

  • Scarr & McCartney (1983) [10]
  • Baumrind (1994) [2]
  • Bouchard & McGue (2003) [4]
  • Bouchard & Loehlin (2001) [3]

Family

  • Burt (2009) [5]
  • Harris (1995) [6]
  • Lewis & Bates (2013) [7]

GxE and G-E covariation

  • Turkheimer & Waldron (2000) [11]
  • Plomin (2011) [8]
  • Plomin & Daniels, (2011) [9]
  • Bates et al. (2013) [1]

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