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The Resource Nature via nurture: Genes, experience, and what makes us human

Nature via nurture: Genes, experience, and what makes us human

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Nature via nurture: Genes, experience, and what makes us human
Title
Nature via nurture: Genes, experience, and what makes us human
Statement of responsibility
Matt Ridley
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Genre
Language
eng
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Summary
A historical analysis of the nature-versus-nurture debate documents the 2001 discovery that there are fewer genes in a human genome than previously thought and considers the argument that nurture elements are also largely responsible for human behavior.
Writing style
Award
National Academies Communication Award, 2004.
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162815
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NOV
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Ridley, Matt
Dewey number
155.7
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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True
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  • Nature and nurture
  • Human genetics
Target audience
adult
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how nature turns on nurture
Label
Nature via nurture: Genes, experience, and what makes us human
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Publication
Note
Includes bibliographcal references (p.)
Extent
326 p.; 24 cm.
Isbn
9780060006785
Lccn
200340687
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780060006785
  • (OCoLC)51553398
Label
Nature via nurture: Genes, experience, and what makes us human
Publication
Note
Includes bibliographcal references (p.)
Extent
326 p.; 24 cm.
Isbn
9780060006785
Lccn
200340687
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780060006785
  • (OCoLC)51553398

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