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MCTFR: Nature vs Nurture

NY Times points to twin Studies
August 21, 2018

Jane Brody considers some of the reasons why research on twins is important:  "A strict dichotomy between genes and environment is no longer relevant; they work in concert,” said Nancy Segal, a psychologist at California State University, Fullerton, and herself a fraternal twin who has made a career of twin studies, starting with the famous Minnesota Twin Family Study. She is the author of “Born Together — Reared Apart: The Landmark Minnesota Twins Study,” published in 2012 by Harvard University Press.

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