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    1. Plomin, R
      Genetics and behaviour

      PSYCHOLOGIST
    2. Graham, MA; White, BA; Clarke, CC; Adams, S
      Infusing infant mental health practices into front-line caregiving

      INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN
    3. Rodgers, JL; Buster, M; Rowe, DC
      Genetic and environmental influences on delinquency: DF analysis of NLSY kinship data

      JOURNAL OF QUANTITATIVE CRIMINOLOGY
    4. Plomin, R; Asbury, K; Dunn, J
      Why are children in the same family so different? Nonshared environment a decade later

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHIATRIE
    5. Maguire, S
      Teaching geography to non-traditional students: inducting, nurturing and retaining them

      JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHY IN HIGHER EDUCATION
    6. Miller, P; Mulvey, C; Martin, N
      Genetic and environmental contributions to educational attainment in Australia

      ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION REVIEW
    7. Saw, SM; Hong, RZ; Zhang, MZ; Fu, ZF; Ye, M; Tan, D; Chew, SJ
      Near-work activity and myopia in rural and urban schoolchildren in China

      JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGY & STRABISMUS
    8. Rodgers, JL; Kohler, HP; Kyvik, KO; Christensen, K
      Behavior genetic modeling of human fertility: Findings from a contemporaryDanish twin study

      DEMOGRAPHY
    9. Fonagy, P
      The human genome and the representational world: The role of early mother-infant interaction in creating an interpersonal interpretive mechanism

      BULLETIN OF THE MENNINGER CLINIC
    10. de Long, PF; Leseman, PPM
      Lasting effects of home literacy on reading achievement in school

      JOURNAL OF SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY
    11. McGuire, S
      Are behavioral genetic and socialization research compatible?

      AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIST
    12. Lundberg, M; Perris, C; Adolfsson, R
      Family environment and personality: Perceived parenting and the role of personality

      CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY & PSYCHOTHERAPY
    13. Petrill, SA; Wilkerson, B
      Intelligence and achievement: A behavioral genetic perspective

      EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW
    14. McCroskey, JC; Beatty, MJ
      The communibiological perspective: Implications for communication in instruction

      COMMUNICATION EDUCATION
    15. Walker, ARP
      Disorders/diseases of nature and nurture: How can public health be best advanced?

      NUTRITION RESEARCH
    16. Maccoby, EE
      Perspectives on gender development

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT
    17. Cleveland, HH; Jacobson, KC; Lipinski, JJ; Rowe, DC
      Genetic and shared environmental contributions to the relationship betweenthe home environment and child and adolescent achievement

      INTELLIGENCE
    18. Vreeke, GJ
      Nature, nurture and the future of the analysis of variance

      HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
    19. Vreeke, GJ
      Reply to Turkheimer and Waldron and Wahlsten

      HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
    20. Cleveland, HH; Wiebe, RP; van den Oord, EJCG; Rowe, DC
      Behavior problems among children from different family structures: The influence of genetic self-selection

      CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    21. Horowitz, FD
      Child development and the PITS: Simple questions, complex answers, and developmental theory

      CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    22. McCarty, CA; Taylor, HR
      Myopia and vision 2020

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    23. Saw, SM; Nieto, FJ; Katz, J; Chew, SJ
      Distance, lighting, and parental beliefs: Understanding near work in epidemiologic studies of myopia

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    24. Saw, SM; Chia, SE; Chew, SJ
      Relation between work and myopia in Singapore women

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    25. Aronson, H; Terrell, F
      On the nature of things: The politics of scientific evaluation

      APPLIED & PREVENTIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    26. Kim, DG; Lee, S; Lim, JS
      Effects of exposure conditions to spontaneous locomotor activity footshocks early in life on at maturity in rats

      YONSEI MEDICAL JOURNAL
    27. Crishna, B
      What is community-based rehabilitation? A view from experience

      CHILD CARE HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT
    28. Carlton, MP; Winsler, A
      School readiness: The need for a paradigm shift

      SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW
    29. Blair, C
      Science, policy, and early intervention

      INTELLIGENCE
    30. Kohler, HP; Rodgers, JL; Christensen, K
      Is fertility behavior in our genes? Findings from a Danish twin study

      POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW
    31. Matsumura, H; Hirai, H
      Prevalence of myopia and refractive changes in students from 3 to 17 yearsof age

      SURVEY OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    32. Simonton, DK
      Talent and its development: An emergenic and epigenetic model

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    33. Furukawa, T; Yokouchi, T; Hirai, T; Kitamura, T; Takahashi, K
      Parental loss in childhood and social support in adulthood among psychiatric patients

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRIC RESEARCH
    34. Deater-Deckard, K; Fulker, DW; Plomin, R
      A genetic study of the family environment in the transition to early adolescence

      JOURNAL OF CHILD PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY AND ALLIED DISCIPLINES
    35. Bussell, DA; Neiderhiser, JM; Pike, A; Plomin, R; Simmens, S; Howe, GW; Hetherington, EM; Carroll, E; Reiss, D
      Adolescents' relationships to siblings and mothers: A multivariate geneticanalysis

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    36. Rowe, DC; Jacobson, KC; Van den Oord, EJCG
      Genetic and environmental influences on vocabulary IQ: Parental education level as moderator

      CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    37. GLASSMAN RB
      ENDMATTER - REMEMBERING BURHOE,RALPH,WENDELL - SYMBIOSES CAN TRANSCEND PARTICULARISMS - A MEMOIR OF FRIENDSHIP WITH BURHOE,RALPH,WENDELL

      Zygon
    38. ONWUACHISAUNDERS C; BROOKS CA; BROOKS GC
      A FRAMEWORK FOR - WHAT CAN AND SHOULD SOCIETY DO

      Preventive medicine
    39. PATTERSON GR
      CONTINUITIES - A SEARCH FOR CAUSAL MECHANISMS - COMMENT ON THE SPECIAL SECTION

      Developmental psychology
    40. OCONNOR TG; DEATERDECKARD K; FULKER D; RUTTER M; PLOMIN R
      GENOTYPE-ENVIRONMENT CORRELATIONS IN LATE CHILDHOOD AND EARLY ADOLESCENCE - ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIORAL-PROBLEMS AND COERCIVE PARENTING

      Developmental psychology
    41. EAVES LJ; CARBONNEAU R
      RECOVERING COMPONENTS OF VARIANCE FROM DIFFERENTIAL RATINGS OF BEHAVIOR AND ENVIRONMENT IN PAIRS OF RELATIVES

      Developmental psychology
    42. MCEWEN BS
      HORMONES AS REGULATORS OF BRAIN-DEVELOPMENT - LIFELONG EFFECTS RELATED TO HEALTH AND DISEASE

      Acta paediatrica
    43. RUTTER M
      IMPLICATIONS OF GENETIC RESEARCH FOR CHILD-PSYCHIATRY

      Canadian journal of psychiatry
    44. PIKE A; PLOMIN R
      A BEHAVIORAL GENETIC PERSPECTIVE ON CLOSE RELATIONSHIPS

      International journal of behavioral development
    45. VANDENOORD EJCG; ROWE DC
      AN EXAMINATION OF GENOTYPE-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS FOR ACADEMIC-ACHIEVEMENT IN AN US NATIONAL LONGITUDINAL SURVEY

      Intelligence
    46. ROWE DC
      A PLACE AT THE POLICY TABLE - BEHAVIOR GENETICS AND ESTIMATES OF FAMILY ENVIRONMENTAL-EFFECTS ON IQ

      Intelligence
    47. FURUKAWA T; SHIBAYAMA T
      INTRAINDIVIDUAL VERSUS EXTRA-INDIVIDUAL COMPONENTS OF SOCIAL SUPPORT

      Psychological medicine
    48. VERNON PA; JANG KL; HARRIS JA; MCCARTHY JM
      ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTORS OF PERSONALITY-DIFFERENCES - A TWIN AND SIBLING STUDY

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    49. SCHONEMANN PH
      ON MODELS AND MUDDLES OF HERITABILITY

      Genetica
    50. BAILEY RC
      HEREDITARIAN SCIENTIFIC FALLACIES

      Genetica
    51. ELKINS IJ; MCGUE M; IACONO WG
      GENETIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL-INFLUENCES ON PARENT-SON RELATIONSHIPS - EVIDENCE FOR INCREASING GENETIC INFLUENCE DURING ADOLESCENCE

      Developmental psychology
    52. BALDWIN JD; BALDWIN JI
      GENDER DIFFERENCES IN SEXUAL INTEREST

      Archives of sexual behavior
    53. FARMER AE
      THE GENETICS OF DEPRESSIVE-DISORDERS

      International review of psychiatry
    54. BRATEN S
      WHEN TODDLERS PROVIDE CARE - INFANTS COMPANION SPACE

      Childhood
    55. MCCLEARN GE; VOGLER GP; PLOMIN R
      GENETICS AND BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE

      Behavioral medicine
    56. PIKE A; MCGUIRE S; HETHERINGTON EM; REISS D; PLOMIN R
      FAMILY ENVIRONMENT AND ADOLESCENT DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AND ANTISOCIAL-BEHAVIOR - A MULTIVARIATE GENETIC-ANALYSIS

      Developmental psychology
    57. MCGUE M; SHARMA A; BENSON P
      THE EFFECT OF COMMON REARING ON ADOLESCENT ADJUSTMENT - EVIDENCE FROMA US ADOPTION COHORT

      Developmental psychology
    58. BROOKSGUNN J; KLEBANOV PK; DUNCAN GJ
      ETHNIC-DIFFERENCES IN CHILDRENS INTELLIGENCE-TEST SCORES - ROLE OF ECONOMIC DEPRIVATION, HOME ENVIRONMENT, AND MATERNAL CHARACTERISTICS

      Child development
    59. LERNER RM
      THE LIMITS OF FAMILY INFLUENCE - ROWE,D

      Psychological inquiry
    60. YEE AH
      EVOLUTION OF THE NATURE-NURTURE CONTROVERSY - RESPONSE

      Educational psychology review
    61. ROWE DC
      BIOSOCIAL MODELS OF DEVIANT-BEHAVIOR

      Population research and policy review
    62. DOLAN CV; MOLENAAR PCM
      A NOTE ON THE SCOPE OF DEVELOPMENTAL BEHAVIOR GENETICS

      International journal of behavioral development
    63. BERMANT G
      TO SPEAK IN CHORDS ABOUT SEXUALITY

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    64. RYER CH; OLLA BL
      THE INFLUENCE OF FOOD DISTRIBUTION UPON THE DEVELOPMENT OF AGGRESSIVEAND COMPETITIVE BEHAVIOR IN JUVENILE CHUM SALMON, ONCORHYNCHUS-KETA

      Journal of Fish Biology
    65. BRADLEY RH; WHITESIDE L; MUNDFROM DJ; CASEY PH; CALDWELL BM; BARRETT K
      IMPACT OF THE INFANT HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (IHDP) ON THE HOME ENVIRONMENTS OF INFANTS BORN PREMATURELY AND WITH LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT

      Journal of educational psychology
    66. COSTELLO EJ; ANGOLD A
      TOWARD A DEVELOPMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY OF THE DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR DISORDERS

      Development and psychopathology
    67. GARCIA MIG
      WATSONIAN BEHAVIORISM AND THE NATURE-NURTURE DEBATE

      Psicothema
    68. OYAMA S
      CONSTRAINTS AND DEVELOPMENT

      Netherlands journal of zoology
    69. STANOVICH KE; CUNNINGHAM AE
      WHERE DOES KNOWLEDGE COME FROM - SPECIFIC ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN PRINT EXPOSURE AND INFORMATION ACQUISITION

      Journal of educational psychology


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