Kenneth a dodge phd is william mcdougall professor of public policy professor of psychology and neuroscience and director of the center for child and family policy at duke university his research focuses on how genes and environments interact to produce chronic antisocial behavior. Duke is rapidly becoming the world epicenter of research on gene environment interactions in psychopathology says kenneth dodge professor and director of the center for child and family policy the conference will discuss how genes and the environment work together to shape an individual dodge says. jay belsky university of california davis usa this volume is the definitive work on gene environment interactions their nature underlying mechanisms developmental and clinical implications and ramifications for inequality and social policy. Gene environment interactions in developmental psychopathology the duke series in child develpment and public policy by editor kenneth a dodge phd editor michael rutter md the guilford press 2011 03 22 hardcover good. The gene environment interaction effect in the development of conduct disorder is one of the most important discoveries of the past decade but the mechanisms through which this effect operates remain elusive i propose a model of these processes that focuses on the individuals response to a
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