Stress vulnerability effects on gene-environment correlation over time


People select environments nonrandomly, in part because people match to environments based on their enduring genetic predispositions and existing environmental access. Previous research has demonstrated how person-environment... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Christopher Beam (University of Southern California)
  2. Patrizia Pezzoli (Åbo Akademi University)
  3. Jane Mendle (Cornell University)
  4. S. Alexandra Burt (Michigan State University)
  5. Michael Neale (Virginia Commonwealth University)
  6. Pamela Keel (Florida State University)
  7. Steven Boker (University of Virginia)
  8. Kelly Klump (Michigan State University)

Topic Areas

Health (e.g., BMI, Exercise) , Personality, Temperament, Attitudes, Politics and Religion , Development


OS-7C » Gene-Environment Interplay (16:40 - Friday, 22nd June, Monadnock)

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