The Importance of Gene—Environment Interaction: Implications for Social Scientists

February 7, 2010

Kari E. North and Lisa J. Martin The Importance of Gene—Environment Interaction: Implications for Social Scientists  Sociological Methods & Research 2008 37: 164-200

Given recent genetic advances, it is not surprising that genetics information is increasingly being used to improve health care. Thousands of conditions caused by single genes (Mendelian diseases) have been identified over the last century. However, Mendelian diseases are rare; thus, few individuals directly benefit Read the rest of this entry »

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Introduction to the Special Issue on Society and Genetics

February 7, 2010

Guang Guo Introduction to the Special Issue on Society and Genetics  Sociological Methods & Research 2008 37: 159-163.

Introduction to the Special issue on Society and Genetics.