TY - JOUR. T1 - Mouse models of autism spectrum disorders. T2 - The challenge for behavioral genetics. AU - Moy, Sheryl S.. AU - Nadler, Jessica J.. AU - Magnuson, Terry R.. AU - Crawley, Jacqueline. PY - 2006/2/15. Y1 - 2006/2/15. N2 - Autism is a severe neurodevelopmental disorder, which typically emerges early in childhood. The core symptoms of autism include deficits in social interaction, impaired communication, and aberrant repetitive behavior, including self-injury. Despite the strong genetic component for the disease, most cases of autism have not been linked to mutations in a specific gene, and the etiology of the disorder has yet to be established. At the present time, there is no generally accepted therapeutic strategy to treat the core symptoms of autism, and there remains a critical need for appropriate animal models and relevant behavioral assays to promote the understanding and treatment of the clinical syndrome. Challenges for the development of valid mouse models include complex ...
Despite the advances in the understanding of neural and genetic foundations of violence, the investigation of the biological bases of a mental disorder is rarely included in psychiatric evaluation of mental insanity. Here we report on a case in which cognitive neuroscience and behavioral genetics methods were applied to a psychiatric forensic evaluation conducted on a young woman, J.F., tried for a violent and impulsive murder. The defendant had a history of multidrug and alcohol abuse and non-forensic clinical evaluation concluded for a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder. We analyzed the defendants brain structure in order to underlie possible brain structural abnormalities associated with pathological impulsivity. Voxel-based morphometry indexed a reduced gray matter volume in the left prefrontal cortex, in a region specifically associated with response inhibition. Furthermore, J.F.s DNA was genotyped in order to identify genetic polymorphisms associated with various forms of ...
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Reviews the book, Animal Models of Behavior Genetics edited by Jonathan C. Gewirtz and Yong-Kyu Kim (see record 2016-42808-000). While genetics research may have its feet planted firmly in species vastly different from our own, the ever popular fly and mouse, this book exploits the depth of information both of these species have given us. To be fair, this is not layman�s reading; a background in genetics and neurobiology is needed to fully understand the bulk of chapters. However, those with a rudimentary understanding can use context, especially in the later chapters, to make links to topics such as dementia, intellectual disability, addiction, and schizophrenia. The editors and authors have ensured that each chapter covers both learning/behavior and genetics, whereas other books often merely give a passing glance to the behavior side of the equation before jumping over to the main point of the book�genetics and neurobiology. This is a nice addition to the bookshelf and students across many ...
DiLalla, L. F. (2000). Development of intelligence: Current research and theories. Journal of School Psychology, 38, 3-7. DiLalla, L. F. (2002). Behavior genetics of aggression in children: Review and future directions. Developmental Review, 22, 593-622. Fulker, D. , & DeFries, J. C. (1983). Genetic and environmental transmission in the Colorado Adoption Project: Path analysis. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 36, 175-188. BEHAVIORAL GENETICS 15 Gottesman, I. , & Goldsmith, H. 1994). Psychotic illness clearly pervades much of personality, and it is plausible t h a t other disorders will also affect personality, even in children. Although this topic has not been researched much, longitudinal designs with appropriate occasions of a s s e s s m e n t can rule it out. A related issue is w h e t h e r prodromal features of a disorder can affect the development of temperament. This issue might be less tractable because prodromal features are likely to be less distinct from t ...
Longitudinal twin data provide important information for exploring sources of variation in human traits. In statistical models for twin data, unobserved genetic and environmental factors influencing the trait are represented by latent variables. In this way, trait variation can be decomposed into genetic and environmental components. With repeated measurements on twins, latent variables can be used to describe individual trajectories, and the genetic and environmental variance components are assessed as functions of age. This thesis contributes to statistical methodology for analysing longitudinal twin data by (i) exploring the use of random change point models for modelling variance as a function of age, (ii) assessing how nonresponse in twin studies may affect estimates of genetic and environmental influences, and (iii) providing a method for hypothesis testing of genetic and environmental variance components. The random change point model, in contrast to linear and quadratic random effects ...
Offered by University of Minnesota. Behavioral genetic methodologies from twin and adoption studies through DNA analysis will be described and applied to address longstanding questions about the origins of individual differences in behavioral traits.
Human cognitive functions are highly variable across individuals and are both genetically and environmentally influenced. Recent behavioral genetics studies have identified several common genetic polymorphisms, which are related to individual differences in memory performance. In addition, imaging genetics studies are starting to explore the neural correlates of genetic differences in memory functions on the level of brain circuits. In this review we will describe how functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) can be used to validate and extend findings of behavioral genetics studies of episodic memory and give examples of recent advances in this new and exciting research field. In addition, we will present advantages and problems related to the different sensitivity of behavioral- vs. imaging genetics studies and discuss possible methodological approaches for an appropriate evaluation and integration of the results. Although the field of imaging genetics of episodic memory is still young, it ...
Although emerging findings in psychiatric and behavioral genetics create hope for improved prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders, the introduction of such data as evidence in criminal and civil proceedings raises a host of ethical, legal, and social issues. Should behavioral and psychiatric genetic data be admissible in judicial proceedings? If so, what are the various means for obtaining such evidence, and for what purposes should its admission be sought and permitted? How could-and should-such evidence affect judicial outcomes in criminal and civil proceedings? And what are the potential implications of using behavioral and psychiatric genetic evidence for individuals and communities, and for societal values of equality and justice? This article provides an overview of the historical and current developments in behavioral genetics ...
The role of behavioral genetic evidence in excusing and mitigating criminal behavior is unclear. Research has suggested that a low activity genotype of the enzyme monoamine oxidase (MAOA-L) may increase the risk for aggressive and antisocial behavior. By examining criminal proceedings in which MAOA-L genotype evidence was introduced, we explored the forensic uses of behavioral genetic science. Westlaw and LexisNexis legal databases were electronically searched for cases from 1995 to 2016 to identify court documents from cases involving the MAOA-L genotype. Evidence of the MAOA-L genotype was included in records from 11 criminal cases (9 U.S. and 2 Italian). In the guilt phase, genotype evidence was ruled admissible in one of two cases, and may have contributed to a conviction on a lesser charge. In the sentencing phase, genotype evidence was admissible in four of five cases, one of which ended with a lesser sentence. Five cases used genotype evidence for post-conviction appeals, two of which ...
This book in short is a pioneering endeavor of its editors to find the causes of behavioral disorders by researching with mice as models. It is exciting when scientists open up new knowledge vistas!. Editors: Susanna Pietropaolo is a researcher at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS). She is an expert in the behavior analysis of the laboratory mouse, with a special interest in social behaviors. Her recent research focuses on the mouse models of social dysfunction, including autism and Fragile X Syndrome. Frans Sluyter is an expert in wild house mouse behavior and neurogenetics at the University of Portsmouth in the United Kingdom. His interests range from aggression, addiction, depression and stress-coping strategies to gene expression profiles and consciousness. He has worked in France, Japan, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.. Wim E. Crusio is a Research Director at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS). With over 40 years experience in mouse ...
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Sources. Affective symptoms: When someone has mood or emotional responses that are inappropriate to the behavior and/or stimulus around them.. Aggression: Behavior manifested by destructive and attacking actions, by covert attitudes of hostility and obstructionism, or by a healthy self-expressive drive to mastery. Aggression may arise from innate drives and/or in response to frustration.. Allele: One of two or more alternative forms of a gene; a single allele for each gene is inherited separately from each parent.. Amino Acid: Molecules combined to form proteins. The sequence of amino acids in a protein, and hence protein function, are determined by the genetic code.. Antisocial behavior: Acting in a manner that is hostile or harmful to organized society, especially being or marked by behavior deviating sharply from the social norm.. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder/Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD/ADD): A neurobehavioral disorder ...
A field of research that investigates the relative effects fo heredity and environment on behavior and ability.The two primary methods used by behaviora...
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Please help me get started so that I can write a paper on heredity. Discuss the concepts of heredity and behavior genetics as described in your text. Now relate the information to your life. What characteristics do you think.
Behavioral genetics is a fast-growing, multidisciplinary field which attempts to explain the influence of genetic and environmental factors on behavior through the lifespan. The preferred investigative technique for teasing out the differences between genetics and the environment is the longitudinal twin study.
Drosophila has long been useful for demonstrating the principles of classical Mendelian genetics in the classroom. In recent years, the organism has also helped students understand biochemical and behavioral genetics. In this connection, this article describes the development of a set of integrated laboratory exercises and descriptive materials--a laboratory module--in biochemical genetics for use by high-school students. The module focuses on the Adh gene and its product, the alcohol dehydrogenase enzyme. Among other activities, students using the module get to measure alcohol tolerance and to assay alcohol dehydrogenase activity in Adh-negative and -positive flies. To effectively present the module in the classroom, teachers attend a month-long Dissemination Institute in the summer. During this period, they learn about other research activities that can be adapted for classroom use. One such activity that has proved popular with teachers and students utilizes Drosophila to introduce some of ...
FOREWORD. Gilbert Gottlieb and the Developmental Point of View (Evelyn Fox Keller, Massachusetts Institute of Technology).. I. INTRODUCTION.. 1. Developmental Systems, Nature-Nurture, and the Role of Genes in Behavior and Development: On the Legacy of Gilbert Gottlieb (Kathryn E. Hood, The Pennsylvania State University, Carolyn Tucker Halpern, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Gary Greenberg, Wichita State University, Richard M. Lerner, Tufts University).. 2. Normally Occurring Environmental and Behavioral Influences on Gene Activity: From Central Dogma to Probabilistic Epigenesis (Gilbert Gottlieb).. II. THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENTAL STUDY OF BEHAVIOR AND GENETICS.. 3. Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on Behavioral Genetics and Developmental Science (James Tabery, University of Utah, Paul E. Griffiths, University of Sydney).. 4. Development and Evolution Revisited (Mae Wan Ho, Institute of Science in Society).. 5. Probabilistic Epigenesis and Modern ...
Title: Towards a Behavioral Genetics of Zebrafish Date: August 28-29, 1999 Place: Marine Biological Laboratories, Woods Hole, MA The zebrafish is a well characterized genetic organism that is currently being exploited primarily to analyze vertebrate development. The utility of this organism for understanding the genetics of behavior and disorders with behavioral components such as addiction, sensory deficits, or neurological and psychiatric disorders is not known because of the lack of behavioral screens. The purpose of this meeting is to bring together investigators who are zebrafish geneticists and investigators who have developed methodologies for studying behavior in a wide variety of fish species. It is anticipated that the outcome will be new genetics screens for mutations in zebrafish that affect behavior. Speakers include: Fish behavior: Andrew Bass, Brian Wisenden, Richard Fay, Daniel Alkon, Joseph Fetcho, George Barlow, Mary Hagedorn, Robert Baker Zebrafish genetics: Nancy Hopkins, ...
Here I describe a study of comparative behavioral genetics of a complex behavioral phenotype that is affected by a gene encoding a cGMP-dependent protein kinase (PKG, foraging). I accomplish this by using a traditional ...
Video created by University of Minnesota for the course Introduction to Human Behavioral Genetics. Now that we have a foundation in basic biometric and molecular genetics we can begin to look in depth at genetic research for behavioral ...
Video created by University of Minnesota for the course Introduction to Human Behavioral Genetics. The Human Genome Project (HGP) was begun in 1990 and declared complete in 2003. It has revolutionized our understanding of genetics and will ...
A common presumption is that behavior is part of phenotype, and since phenotype arises from genotype (plus/minus Reaction Norm), that there can be a study of "behavioral genetics." This is certainly an overstatement (or oversimplification) for organisms with extensive and/or complex neural systems, such as humans and mice. Neural systems probably evolved (not initially, but eventually) to disassociate behavior with the kind of pre-determined micro-management of behavior that a simple gene-behavior link requires. However, in organisms with neural systems the size of the period at the end of this sentence, we often do see cases of allelic variations causing behavioral variation in the whole organism.. ...
Video created by University of Minnesota for the course Introduction to Human Behavioral Genetics. The Human Genome Project (HGP) was begun in 1990 and declared complete in 2003. It has revolutionized our understanding of genetics and will ...
Your Complete Review System. 3: Biological Psychology: Bridging the Levels of Analysis Nerve Cells: Communication Portals Neurons: The Brains Communicators. Electrifying Thought. Chemical Communication: Neurotransmission. Neural Plasticity: How and When the Brain Changes. The Brain-Behavior Network The Central Nervous System: The Command Center. The Peripheral Nervous System. The Endocrine System. The Pituitary Gland the Pituitary Hormones. The Adrenal Glands and Adrenaline. Sexual Reproductive Glands and Sex Hormones. Mapping the Mind: The Brain in Action A Tour of Brain-Mapping Methods. How Much of Our Brain Do We Use?. Which Parts of Our Brain Do We Use for What?. Which Side of Our Brain Do We Use for What?. Psychomythology: Are there Left-Brained versus Right-Brained Persons? Evaluating Claims: Diagnosing Your Brain Orientation. Nature and Nurture: Did Your Genes-or Parents-Make You Do It? How We Came to Be Who We Are. Behavioral Genetics: How We Study Heritability. Your Complete Review ...
How should neuroscience, psychology and behavioral genetics impact legal responsibility practices?Recent findings from these fields are sometimes claimed to threaten the moral foundations of legal responsibility practices by revealing that determinism, or something like it, is true.
Now, notwithstanding, the genes-behavior hyperlink has been accredited to the sort of measure, in either academia and with the general public, that competitors are transferring their box to a pose of "what else is new? " whereas i used to be conversing with Professor Kamin, he embarked on a slash-and-burn diatribe opposed to the main admired behavioral genetics stories. Did he then, I requested, think human habit used to be with no genetic impression? with out hesitation Kamin responded, "Of path theres a genetic section of habit. " you are going to by no means become aware of this view via examining Kamins many assaults or these of his allies. different participants of the competition, the stop-genes crew a few time period the "radical environmentalists" and that i time period the "genophobes," slip comparable admissions into their antigene screeds. yet those offhand capitulations have a fake resonance, corresponding to a refrain of fifteenth-century bishops after studying of Columbuss ...
My research group has been very active in training students from both New York-area universities (Columbia, Stony Brook, Rutgers, and Princeton) as well as foreign institutions. We are also fully involved in the training and supervision of graduate students in our departments M.A. program in skeletal biology. While my research centers around the evolution of Old World monkeys and apes, I am involved in studies involving New World monkeys, lemurids and lorisids, human population history, ape and monkey conservation and behavioral genetics, forensic applications, cryptozoology, and molecular evolutionary studies of diseases such as AIDS and malaria.We have recently embarked on several new projects using Next Generation Sequencing technologies in a variety of applications. My appointment as an Affiliated Faculty member in the Department of Biology and its center for Genomics and Systems Biology helps facilitate this research.My past and future teaching involves courses in Emerging Diseases, Human ...
...its nature and...we dunno...miscellaneous/unknown/noise? from steven pinkers response to this years edge question -- What scientific idea is ready for retirement? (pinkers reply: behavior = genes + environment): Even the technical sense of environment used in quantitative behavioral genetics is perversely confusing. Now, there is nothing wrong with partitioning phenotypic variance into components that correlate…
Brad A. Rikke The author is in the Institute for Behavioral Genetics, University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO 80309, USA. E-mail: rikke{at}ibg.colorado.edu. http://sageke.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/2004/20/pe21 Key Words: biomarkers immune system mice T lymphocytes thyroxine body weight. Abstract: The laboratory of Richard Miller and numerous heroic collaborators are in the process of testing a variety of life span predictors on more than 1000 mice. In their most recent publication, Harper et al. show that early-adulthood measures of T cell subsets, body weight, and thyroxine can be effectively combined to provide a highly significant predictor of life expectancy. Each measure appears to be an index of largely separate parameters that affect the course of aging. This article summarizes the results, discusses implications, mentions caveats, and suggests future studies.. Citation: B. A. Rikke, Early Life Predictors of Old-Age Life Expectancy. Sci. Aging Knowl. Environ. 2004 (20), pe21 ...
The primary purpose of this book and its companion volume The Behavioral Genetics of Nicotine and Tobacco is to explore the ways in which recent studies on nicotine and its role in tobacco addiction h
The latest insights on intelligence, imagination, potential causes for the rise in IQ scores over the years, and how behavioral genetics is related to education and grit.
Groundbreaking research in the controversial field of behavioral genetics suggests that the factors leading an individual to pursue any occupation, including engineering, cannot be explained as a simple tug of war between
Mark Newman and Gerald Levey are identical twins, separated at birth. They share the same genes, but were raised by different parents in different environments. In this investigative program we examine studies of separated twins and adopted siblings are providing insight into the relative impact of genetic and environmental influences, and the extent to which variation among individuals can be attributed to their differing genes. Molecular geneticist Robert Plomin explains DNA studies which are pointing to the fact not one, or five, but hundreds of genes each contribute a small amount of the variance for any one trait ...
[email protected] Dr. Kliethermes earned a B.S. in Psychology and Biology from Lincoln University, and a Ph.D. Behavioral Neuroscience from Oregon Health & Science University. His primary areas of study are behavior genetics and neuropharmacology. Dr. Kliethermes teaches introductory psychology, introduction to neuroscience, research methods in neuroscience, behavior genetics, and neurochemistry.. His research models aspects of alcohol abuse and dependence in the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster. Current studies focus on the identification of genes and neural circuits that underlie behavior in measures of physical dependence and acute responses to alcohol, and on characterizing genes and neurobiological systems that co-regulate responses to food and ethanol. ...
Behavior issues are the primary reason why owners give up their pets. Were all talking about the latest behavior modification technique, and often blame poor handling or inexperience, but at the core of many behavior problems lies a basic genetic…. ...
Reviews the book, Contributions to Behavior-Genetic Analysis: The Mouse as a Prototype by Gardner Lindzey and Delbert D. Thiessen (see record 1971-09552-000). It is clear that behavior genetics has taken great strides. This book documents that fact, as well as provides a general overview of the major thrusts in contemporary behavior-genetics. The major empirical argument for justifying the mouse as a prototype for such research lies primarily in its successful utilization in behavior-genetic analyses over the past few decades. Such success was, perhaps, preordained by the vast amounts of information existing in relative isolation in both the behavioral and the genetic areas of mouse research. The real success of the mouse in contemporary behavior genetics is that it was the object of an interdisciplinary effort to synthesize information and techniques. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2017 APA, all rights reserved) ...
Dr. Nichole Nelson, Postdoctoral Fellow, Social Studies of Medicine, McGill University (http://www.nicolenelson.net/). Seminar Series information:. Entanglements of Instruments and Media in Investigating Organic Worlds. STS/Situating Science Seminar Series 2013-2014. This seminar series explores the entanglements between instruments and media in the investigation of organic worlds. Experimental arrangements rely on a range of different kinds of instruments and media whose identity and relationship to one another is unstable. The seminar series highlights how in experimental investigations of organic worlds instruments cannot be clearly separated from the media that they probe.. In some experimental settings in the life sciences, the media being probed is an organism or its parts. In this sense, organic materials are treated as kinds of excitable media that can manifest responses to inquiry. Yet, organisms or their parts can in turn act as both media and instruments. They can be used as measuring ...
The idea that individual characteristics and disorders arise from complex interactions between genes and environment is so widely accepted today that its practically common knowledge - which makes it all the more remarkable that Irving …
The idea that individual characteristics and disorders arise from complex interactions between genes and environment is so widely accepted today that its practically common knowledge - which makes it all the more remarkable that Irving …
Մեկ խումբ հետազոտողներ Այովայի համալսարանից բացահայտել են, որ չնայած այն փաստին, որ "աուտիստիկ սպեկտրի խանգարում" ախտորոշմամբ անձանց մոտ ավելի մեծ է մուտացիաների ծանրաբեռնվածությունը քաղցկեղի առաջացումը խթանող գեներում (օնկոգեներ), սակայն միևնույն ժամանակ վերջիններիս մոտ առավել ցածր են քաղցկեցի ցուցանիշները, քան ընդհանուր բնակչության մոտ։ Այովայի համալսարանի՝ Բժշկության Քարվեր քոլեջի մանկաբուժության դեպարտամենտի, բժշկական գենետիկայի ասիստենտ պրոֆեսոր՝ Բենջամին Դարբրոյի կողմից ղեկավարվող միջդիսցիպլինար թիմը վերլուծել է մեծ թվով ...
The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to genetics: Genetics - science of genes, heredity, and variation in living organisms. Genetics deals with the molecular structure and function of genes, and gene behavior in context of a cell or organism (e.g. dominance and epigenetics), patterns of inheritance from parent to offspring, and gene distribution, variation and change in populations. Introduction to genetics Genetics Chromosome DNA Genetic diversity Genetic drift Genetic variation Genome Heredity Mutation Nucleotide RNA Introduction to evolution Evolution Modern evolutionary synthesis Transmutation of species Natural selection Extinction Adaptation Polymorphism (biology) Gene flow Biodiversity Biogeography Phylogenetic tree Taxonomy (biology) Mendelian inheritance Molecular evolution Behavioural genetics Classical genetics Developmental genetics Conservation genetics Ecological genetics Evolutionary genetics Genetic engineering Metagenics Genetic epidemiology ...
The promotion of high intellectual ability is of huge and increasing societal interest with accelerating technological advances. Distinct trajectories of structural brain development according to IQ score are hypothesized to reflect an extended sensitive period during childhood and early adolescence in individuals of higher IQ. A thorough explanation of this question requires a synthesis of individual differences research from behavior genetics and the knowledge of species-general hallmarks of normal development from developmental cognitive neuroscience; two fields that, for the most part, have proceeded independently. This dissertation investigates this question from several angles. First, developmental structural equation modeling is applied to longitudinal twin data to examine the typical patterns of continuity and change in genetic and environmental influences on intelligence between age 1 and 16, demonstrating a pattern of increasing heritability and decreasing shared environmental influence that
History is important, it can teach us a lot about ourselves and the world we have inherited. And so if we aspire to achieve wisdom (philosophy means "love of wisdom") then we must appreciate the things we can learn from the past. But this must be tempered by a sense of proportionality. The collective wisdom of the disparate thinkers who lived centuries, even millennia, ago ought to be weighed against the "wisdom of the present". Just to be clear, I am not suggesting that the *philosophers* of today have more wisdom than those of the past (far from it!). Rather, I mean that the general knowledge we have about our biology, knowledge that has only come to the fore in the past few years, adds incredible insights to the field of normative theorizing. Rather than just flipping through the pages of Rousseau or Plato, we need to also stay abreast of the findings of evolutionary biology, medical genetics, neuroscience and behavioural genetics (just to list some examples). For these empirical insights may ...
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Rodic, Maja, Gaysina, Darya, Docherty, Sophia, Malyk, Sergey, Rimfeld, Kaili, Plomin, Robert and Kovas, Yulia (2016) Studying rare genetic syndromes as a method of investigating aetiology of normal variation in educationally relevant traits. In: Kovas, Y, Malykh, S and Gaysina, D (eds.) Behavioural genetics for education. Palgrave Macmillan, Houndmills ; New York. ISBN 9781137437310 ...