New Science on How Human Genes Shape Behavior

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New Science on How Human Genes Shape Behavior

Researchers are making big strides understanding how genes work with the environment to shape behavior. Jonathan Rockoff and University of Arizona human development professor Bruce Ellis explain on Lunch Break. Photo: Getty Images.



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