Список литературы на которую есть ссылки во второй главе
1. Taubes, 1995.
2. Dishion, Duncan, Eddy, Fagot, & Fetrow, 1994.
3. The correlation of. 19 may be useless for practical purposes but it still requires an explanation. I will return to this correlation in Chapter 4 and provide an explanation.
4. Parke, Cassidy, Burkes, Carson, & Boyum, 1992, p. 114 (italics in the original). The divide-and-conquer technique is as popular as ever; see, for example, Kochanska, Aksan, Prisco, & Adams, 2008.
5. Maccoby & Martin, 1983, p. 82.
6. Freedman, 1958; Scott & Fuller, 1965.
7. Perusse, Neale, Heath, & Eaves, 1994; Rowe, 2002.
8. Для получения хорошего представления о методах поведенческой генетики см. Plomin, 1990.
9. About half of the variation: Bouchard, 1994; Plomin & Daniels, 1987; Tellegen, Lykken, Bouchard, Wilcox, Segal, & Rich, 1988. More precisely, heredity accounts for about 50 percent of the reliable variation in measured personality traits. Reliable variation is what’s left after measurement error (which is around .20 for personality tests) is deducted. Estimated heritability of personality traits is often closer to .40 than .50 because in behavioral genetic analyses all the variation due to measurement error gets put on the other side— lumped into the estimate of environmental influences. Measurement error is lower for IQ tests (about .10), and that is one reason why calculated heritability of IQ is higher than that of personality traits.
10. Plomin &C Daniels, 1987; Scarr, 1993.
11. Bettelheim, 1959, 1967. A mother attacks Bettelheim: Gold, 1997. Genetic factors: Plomin, Owen, & McGuffin, 1994; Muhle, Trentacoste, & Rapin, 2004.
12. Rowe, 1981.
13. Plomin, McClearn, Pedersen, Nesselroade, & Bergeman, 1988; Hur & Bouchard, 1995.
14. Langlois, Ritter, Casey, & Sawin, 1995, p. 464.
15. Stavish, 1994; Saudino, 1997.
16. Kagan, 1989; Fox, 1989.
17. Bugental & Goodnow, 1998.