Toward an Explanatory Framework
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Examining the interconnections between genes and culture is crucial for a more complete understanding of psychological processes. Genetic predispositions may predict different outcomes depending on one's cultural context, and culture may predict different outcomes depending on genetic predispositions - that is, genes and culture interact. Less is understood, however, about how genes and culture interact, or the psychological mechanisms through which gene-culture interactions occur. In this Element, Heewon Kwon and Joni Y. Sasaki review key findings and theories in gene-culture interaction research. They then go on to discuss current issues and future directions in gene-culture research that may illuminate the path toward an explanatory framework.
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- Date Published: February 2019
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781108638005
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Table of Contents
2. Gene–culture interaction review
3. Current issues in gene–culture research
4. Future directions.
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