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The etiologic role of genetic and environmental factors in criminal behavior as determined from full- and half-sibling pairs: an evaluation of the validity of the twin method.

BACKGROUNDTwin studies have shown that criminal behavior (CB) is influenced by both genetic and shared environmental factors. Could these results be replicated using full-siblings and half-siblings? METHODIn 911 009 full-siblings reared together (FSRT),...

Journal Title: Psychological medicine July 2015, Vol.45(9), pp.1873-1880
Main Author: Kendler, K S
Other Authors: Lönn, S L , Maes, H H , Sundquist, J , Sundquist, K
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title: The etiologic role of genetic and environmental factors in criminal behavior as determined from full- and half-sibling pairs: an evaluation of the validity of the twin method.
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  • Lönn, S L
  • Maes, H H
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  • Adult
  • Crime
  • Criminal Behavior
  • Female
  • Gene-Environment Interaction
  • Genetic Predisposition to Disease
  • Humans
  • Male
  • Middle Aged
  • Registries
  • Risk Factors
  • Siblings
  • Social Environment
  • Sweden
  • Young Adult
  • Crime
  • Sweden
  • Half-Siblings
  • Heritability
  • Shared Environment
  • Siblings
  • Twin Modeling
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description: BACKGROUNDTwin studies have shown that criminal behavior (CB) is influenced by both genetic and shared environmental factors. Could these results be replicated using full-siblings and half-siblings? METHODIn 911 009 full-siblings reared together (FSRT),...
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