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New literacy challenge for the twenty-first century: genetic knowledge is poor even among well educated

We live in an age of rapidly advancing genetic research. This research is generating new knowledge that has implications for personal health and well-being. The present study assessed the level of genetic knowledge and personal engagement with genetics in a large sample (N = 5404) of participants. Participants received secondary education in 78 countries, with the largest samples...

Publication Trends Over 55 Years of Behavioral Genetic Research

Ayorech, Saskia Selzam and Emily Smith-Woolley are all first authors and Robert Plomin is the corresponding author. Introduction Although the origins of behavioral genetic research trace back to Francis