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Behavior Genetics

Print ISSN
0001-8244
Electronic ISSN
1573-3297
Impact factor
3.0
Publisher
springer
URL
http://www.springerlink.com/content/0001-8244/
Usage rank
1293
Article count
2106
Free count
69
Free percentage
0.0327635
PDFs via platforms
CSA, Proquest, Ovid from 2003, Gale, Metapress, and Springer

  1. Daniel g. Freedman remembered: january 16, 1927 to june 10, 2008.

    Behavior Genetics 38(6):565 (2008) PMID 18931902

  2. Author Index for Volume 32
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    Behavior Genetics 32(6):503 (2002)

  3. Behavior Genetics Association Minutes of the 31st Annual Business Meeting of the Members of the Behavior Genetics Association, Wednesday, Ju...
    Author(s) unavailable

    Behavior Genetics 31(5):477 (2001)

  4. Behavior genetics association membership list, 1995–1996
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    Behavior Genetics 26(3):335 (1996)

  5. Betwixt gene and behavior (commentary on the paper by J. D. Sinclair)

    Behavior Genetics 22(1):11 (1992)

  6. Abstracts
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    Behavior Genetics 8(1):85 (1978)

  7. Announcements
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    Behavior Genetics 8(1):123 (1978)

  8. Simple sequence repeats in the national longitudinal study of adolescent health: an ethnically diverse resource for genetic analysis of heal...

    Behavior Genetics 44(5):487 (2014) PMID 24890516 PMCID PMC4244076

    We observed a greater allelic diversity than previously reported. The availability of these six SSRs in a large, ethnically diverse sample with extensive environmental measures assessed longitudinally offers a unique resource for researchers interested in health and behavior....
  9. Regulation of motor function and behavior by atypical chemokine receptor 1.

    Behavior Genetics 44(5):498 (2014) PMID 24997773

    We demonstrate that Ackr1 (-/-) mice have markedly impaired balance and ataxia on a rotating rod and increased tremor when injected with harmaline, which induces whole-body tremor by activating Purkinje cells. Ackr1 (-/-) mice also exhibited impaired exploratory behavior, increased anxiety-like beha...
  10. Genetic variation at the TPH2 gene influences impulsivity in addition to eating disorders.

    Behavior Genetics 43(1):24 (2013) PMID 23239044

    Genes are involved in eating disorders (EDs) and self-induced vomiting (SV), a key symptom of different types of EDs. Perfectionism and impulsivity are potential risk factors for EDs. TPH2 (tryptophan hydroxylase 2) SNP rs1473473 was previously associated with anorexia nervosa and EDs characterized...