Behavior Genetics

By John L. Fuller; W. Robert Thompson | Go to book overview

Subject index
Acquired characters, 214, 226
Activity, in dogs, 251
in mice, 85-87, 247-249, 267-269
in rats, 243-249, 263-265
modified by habit formation, 251-252
relation to metabolism, 261
selection for, 243-245
sex differences in, 264-265
Age, in mothers of Mongoloids, 309
Age corrections for morbidity, 105-106
Aggressive behavior, effect of androgens on, 333
in fowl, 259
in mice, 254, 258-259
in rats, 253-254
Alcoholism, genetotrophic theory, 184- 186
Alcohol consumption, relation to emotionality, 186 selection in rats, 185
Anatomical correlates of behavior, body build, 262
brain weight, 221, 335
fine structure of nervous system, 336
peripheral structures, 118-119, 140, 337
Applications of behavior genetics, 8
Assortative mating, 43-44, 68-69 effects on correlation, 341
Attitudes, family resemblance in, 234- 235
Audiogenic seizures, as "neurotic patterns," 151
characteristics, 151
in deermice, 152
in mice, 154
in rabbits, 152
in rats, 152
physiology of, 156-157, 329-330
relation to emotionality, 153
selection for, 152-153
threshold hypothesis, 155-156
Auditory discrimination, family studies, 131-132
Autonomic responses, as measures of emotion, 149 twin study, 150
Bees, hygienic behavior, 181-182 strain differences in dance form, 146- 147
Behavior traits, continuous versus discontinuous, 50, 88
dynamic nature, 140
factors, 338-342
Hullian constructs, 345
physiological entities, 345
specific movements, 342
Blending inheritance, 19, 22
Blood groups, ABO system, 24 in twin diagnosis, 109 MN system, 45-46
Broodiness, in fowl, 179-181
Cell structure, 11
Chi square test, 22
Cholinesterase and hypothesis behavior, in rats, 221, 330-331
Choreic behavior, 137-139
Chromosomal anomaly, in Mongolism, 310
Chromosomes (see also Sex determination), duplication, 13 homologous, 13, 15

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • 1 - The Scope of Behavior Genetics 1
  • 2 - Some Principles of Genetics 10
  • 3 - Experimental Methods in Behavior Genetics 48
  • 4 - Methods of Human Behavior Genetics 95
  • 5 - Variation in Sensory and Perceptual Processes 117
  • 6 - Response Processes 137
  • 7 - Intellectual Abilities 188
  • 8 - Personality and Temperament 230
  • 9 - Mental Disorders 270
  • 10 - Heredity and Individual Differences in Behavior 317
  • References 347
  • Author Index 381
  • Subject Index 389
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