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The development of children's problem behaviors: A twin-singlton comparison and the influence of parental divorce

Author: Sylvana Robbers
Publisher: Erasmus University Rotterdam 2012-04-19
Edition/Format: Book Book : English
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textabstractTwin-family studies have largely contributed to our understanding of the etiology of behavioraland emotional problems in childhood. From these studies we learned that almost everybehavioral or psychological trait is ‘heritable’ to some extent. We also learned that both natureand nurture play important roles in the etiology of behavioral and emotional problems,and that these factors may act independently  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sylvana Robbers
ISBN: 978-94-6169-228-3
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 6893747860
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textabstractTwin-family studies have largely contributed to our understanding of the etiology of behavioraland emotional problems in childhood. From these studies we learned that almost everybehavioral or psychological trait is ‘heritable’ to some extent. We also learned that both natureand nurture play important roles in the etiology of behavioral and emotional problems,and that these factors may act independently of one another as well as interactively (i.e.,gene-environment interplay). Moreover, twin studies have given insight into the importantdistinction between environmental factors shared by siblings (e.g., parental socio-economicstatus) and those not shared by siblings (e.g., peer groups) (Boomsma, Busjahn, & Peltonen,2002; Hudziak & Faraone, 2010). An important assumption that is made when using twin datais that results from twin samples can be generalized to singleton populations. However, thevalidity of this assumption needs to be examined.

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