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Epigenetic modification of the oxytocin receptor gene influences the perception of anger and fear in the human brain

Meghan H. Puglia, Travis S. Lillard, James P. Morris, and Jessica J. Connelly Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of ... Read more »

Digital Multimedia A New Approach for Informed Consent?

By Alan R. Tait & Terri Voepel-Lewis JAMA Vol. 313, No. 5 2015 This Viewpoint discusses use of digital multimedia as a strategy to enhance study participants’ understanding ... Read more »

What adolescents enrolled in genomic addiction research want to know about conflicts of interest

By Marilyn E. Coors, Kristen M. Raymond, Shannon K. McWilliams, Christian J. Hopfer, and Susan K. Mikulich-Gilbertson Drug and Alcohol Dependence Volume 147, February 2015 Abstract Perspectives of ... Read more »

“Autisms” a More Appropriate Term than “Autism,” Geneticists Say

By Will Boggs Scientific American January 26, 2015 "There are so many different genetic forms of autism that using the singular term, autism, is misleading, researchers say..." Click ... Read more »

Foreseeable Risks? Informed Consent for Studies within the Standard of Care

By Chana A. Sacks and Celestine E. Warren New England Journal of Medicine 2015 The Office for Human Research Protections has drafted guidelines on disclosing reasonably foreseeable ... Read more »

More Differences Than Similarities Are Found in Autistic Siblings

By Benedict Carey January 26, 2015 The New York Times "Most siblings with a diagnosis of autism do not share the same genetic risk factors for the ... Read more »

Bioethics Issue on Prenatal Screening

Bioethics January 2015 Volume 29, Issue 1 This issue of Bioethics features a robust discussion of the ethical issues in prenatal genetic testing. Click here to view ... Read more »

Genetic testing preferences in families containing multiple individuals with epilepsy

By: Janice O. Okeke, Virginia E. Tangel, Shawn T. Sorge, Dale C. Hesdorffer, Melodie R. Winawer, Jeff Goldsmith6, Jo C. Phelan, Wendy K. Chung, ... Read more »

Foreseeable Risks? Informed Consent for Studies within the Standard of Care

By: Chana A. Sacks and Celestine E. Warren New England Journal of Medicine January 22, 2015 The Office for Human Research Protections has drafted guidelines on disclosing ... Read more »

Evolutionary behavioral genetics

By Brendan P Zietsch, Teresa R de Candia, & Matthew C Keller Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences April 2015 We describe the scientific enterprise at the intersection ... Read more »
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