Posts Tagged 'behavioral genetics'

Featured Student: Ashlee Moore

Ashlee Moore is a PhD student in the Psychiatric, Behavioral, and Statistical Genetics (PBSG) PhD program. Her first exposure to genetics was during a human genetics undergraduate course, where she became interested in the genetics of behavior. Accordingly, she majored in psychology with a minor in biology. As an undergraduate, she was awarded an undergraduate research grant to fund a research project that examined the relationship between polymorphisms in the COMT gene and sensation seeking. This ... Continue Reading →

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The Genetics Of IQ

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The Genetics Of Intelligence – Part 2

Professor Emeritus Dr. Lindon Eaves, D.Sc. presents an insightful seminar at the Principles of Human Behavioral Genetics class on March 01, 2016 at the Virginia Institute for Psychiatric and Behavioral Genetics.

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The Genetics Of Intelligence – Part 1

Professor Emeritus Dr. Lindon Eaves, D.Sc. presents an insightful seminar at the Principles of Human Behavioral Genetics class on February 29, 2016 at the Virginia Institute for Psychiatric and Behavioral Genetics.

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