Are We Hardwired? The Role of Genes in Human Behavior
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Description: Addressing one of the most controversial topics in human biology, the role of genes in governing behaviour, this book is sure to generate widespread interest. Clark and Grunstein are excellent guides to the current scientific understanding, explaining the genetic and molecular basis of human behaviour within the broader context of animal behaviour generally. They develop the subject clearly, building up from the classic twin studies in humans, and from the most basic behaviourssuch as chemotaxis in paramecia, to corresponding tropisms and memory in roundworms, and memory and learning in fruit flies, then to complex behaviours of mice and humans. They cover all of the politically sensitive issues of behaviour genetics as applied to humans - susceptibilities to disease,eating disorders, aggression, addiction and compulsive behaviours, intelligence, sexual orientation - clearly, and with impeccable balance. The authors show why they feel that substantial parts of our personalities and identities are established by our exact genetic complements, without reducing us to powerless creations our genes. Behaviour is treated as a complex interaction of nature and nurture - to understand ourselves fully, neither can be dismissed out of hand. Clark brings a finebalance and graceful touch to his most ambitious popular book yet.
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Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/14/2004
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
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|The Nose Knows|
|As the Worm Turns: Learning and Memory in the roundworm - C. Elegans|
|About Genes and Behavior|
|Life in the Fourth Dimension: The role of Clocks in Regulating Behavior|
|You Must Remember This: The Evolution of Learning and Memory|
|The Role of Neurotransmitters in Human Behavior|
|The Genetics of Aggression|
|The Genetics of Consumption, Part I: Eating Disorders|
|The Genetics of Consumption, Part II: Substance Abuse|
|The Genetics of Human Mental Function|
|The Genetics of Human Sexual Preference|
|Genes, The Environment, and Free Will|
|Finding and Identifying Genes|
|A Brief History of Eugenics|