Behavioral Genetics II: Human Behavioral Biology| 1hr : 32mins
Director: Stanford University | Producer: Stanford University
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: United States
Robert Sapolsky continues his series addressing the link between behavior and genetics. He covers the complex endeavor of gene isolation and variability and heritability and wrongly eliminated environmental influences in heritability tests -- finding that genes and environment are infinitely interconnected and co-dependent on each other.
Behavioral Genetics II: Human Behavioral Biology | 1hr : 32mins
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