Human Enhancement

Misbehaving kids? You can't blame their genes

Children play in the sea during the heatwave in Skegness, eastern England, July 19, 2006. Wednesday's temperatures in Britain were expected to top 37 degrees Celcius (98.6 Fahrenheit), hitting an all-time high for July.   REUTERS/Darren Staples   (BRITAIN) - RTR1FN5K

A primary concern is that twin studies result in complacency or fatalism. Image: REUTERS/Darren Staples

Andrea Smith
PhD candidate in Epidemiology/Public Health, Health Behaviour Research Center, UCL
Alison Fildes
University Academic Fellow, University of Leeds
Claire Llewellyn
Lecturer in Behavioural Obesity Research, UCL
Moritz Herle
PhD candidate in Epidemiology/Public Health, Health Behaviour Research Center, UCL
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