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Environment, not genes, key in family relationships

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  • Parental monitoring and control.

    "Our results are consistent with the notion that there are distinct gene-based systems lying within and helping to shape family interaction systems," said lead author John C. Loehlin, Ph.D., professor emeritus in the University of Texas-Austin's psychology department. "But direct evidence of this and of the details of such a process must await appropriate longitudinal studies."

    "While these findings in themselves have no immediate practical implication," he continued. "But they should help guide future research into the important question of how children's genes help shape family interaction systems."


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  • Source:Society for Research in Child Development


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