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by Cornelius A. Rietveld and Sarah E. Medland and Jaime Derringer and Jian Yang and Tõnu Esko and Nicolas W. Martin and Harm-Jan Westra and Konstantin Shakhbazov and Abdel Abdellaoui and Arpana Agrawal and Eva Albrecht and Behrooz Z. Alizadeh and Najaf Amin and John Barnard and Sebastian E. Baumeister and Kelly S. Benke and Lawrence F. Bielak and Jeffrey A. Boatman and Patricia A. Boyle and Gail Davies and Christiaan de Leeuw and Niina Eklund and Daniel S. Evans and Rudolf Ferhmann and Krista Fischer and Christian Gieger and Håkon K. Gjessing and Sara Hägg and Jennifer R. Harris and Caroline Hayward and Christina Holzapfel and Carla A. Ibrahim-Verbaas and Erik Ingelsson and Bo Jacobsson and Peter K. Joshi and Astanand Jugessur and Marika Kaakinen and Stavroula Kanoni and Juha Karjalainen and Ivana Kolcic and Kati Kristiansson and Zoltán Kutalik and Jari Lahti and Sang H. Lee and Peng Lin and Penelope A. Lind and Yongmei Liu and Kurt Lohman and Marisa Loitfelder and George McMahon and Pedro Marques Vidal and Osorio Meirelles and Lili Milani and Ronny Myhre and Marja-Liisa Nuotio and Christopher J. Oldmeadow and Katja E. Petrovic and Wouter J. Peyrot and Ozren Polašek and Lydia Quaye and Eva Reinmaa and John P. Rice and Thais S. Rizzi and Helena Schmidt and Reinhold Schmidt and Albert V. Smith and Jennifer A. Smith and Toshiko Tanaka and Antonio Terracciano and Matthijs J. H. M. van der Loos and Veronique Vitart and Henry Völzke and Jürgen Wellmann and Lei Yu and Wei Zhao and Jüri Allik and John R. Attia and Stefania Bandinelli and François Bastardot and Jonathan Beauchamp and David A. Bennett and Klaus Berger and Laura J. Bierut and Dorret I. Boomsma and Ute Bültmann and Harry Campbell and Christopher F. Chabris and Lynn Cherkas and Mina K. Chung and Francesco Cueca and Mariza de Andrade and Philip L. De Jager and Jan-Emmanuel De Neve and Ian J. Deary and George V. Dedoussis and Panos Deloukas and Maria Dimitriou and Guðný Eiríksdóttir and Martin F. Elderson and Johan G. Eriksson and ... and LifeLines Cohort Study and The LifeLines Cohort Study and Medicinska fakulteten and Science for Life Laboratory, SciLifeLab and Medicinska och farmaceutiska vetenskapsområdet and Uppsala universitet and Institutionen för medicinska vetenskaper
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 6/2013, Volume 340, Issue 6139, pp. 1467 - 1471
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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 05/2012, Volume 109, Issue 21, pp. 8026 - 8031
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The Journal of Economic Perspectives, ISSN 0895-3309, 10/2011, Volume 25, Issue 4, pp. 57 - 82
The costs of comprehensively genotyping human subjects have fallen to the point where major funding bodies, even in the social sciences, are beginning to... 
Genetic markers | Molecular genetics | Genetic variation | Symposium: Genetics and Economics | Medical genetics | Heritability | Genomes | Behavioral genetics | Human genetics | Phenotypic traits | Educational attainment | MONOAMINE-OXIDASE | HUMAN HEIGHT | INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES | RISK-TAKING | The costs of comprehensively genotyping human subjects have fallen to the point where major funding bodies, even in the social sciences, are beginning to incorporate genetic and biological markers into major social surveys. How, if at all, should economists use and combine molecular genetic and economic data from these surveys? What challenges arise when analyzing genetically informative data? To illustrate, we present results from a "genome-wide association study" of educational attainment. We use a sample of 7,500 individuals from the Framingham Heart Study; our dataset contains over 360,000 genetic markers per person. We get some initially promising results linking genetic markers to educational attainment, but these fail to replicate in a second large sample of 9,500 people from the Rotterdam Study. Unfortunately such failure is typical in molecular genetic studies of this type, so the example is also cautionary. We discuss a number of methodological challenges that face researchers who use molecular genetics to reliably identify genetic associates of economic traits. Our overall assessment is cautiously optimistic: this new data source has potential in economics. But researchers and consumers of the genoeconomic literature should be wary of the pitfalls, most notably the difficulty of doing reliable inference when faced with multiple hypothesis problems on a scale never before encountered in social science | DETERMINANTS | BEHAVIOR | MISSING HERITABILITY | ECONOMICS | DICTATOR GAME | STRATIFICATION | GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION | Usage | Research | Behavioral economics | Analysis | Studies | Biomarkers | Genetics | Economic theory
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 04/2013, Volume 8, Issue 4, p. e60542
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by Peyrot, Wouter and Lee, Seung and Milaneschi, Yuri and Abdellaoui, Mohammed and Byrne, Enda and Esko, Tõnu and Geus, Eco and Hemani, G and Hottenga, Jouke Jan and Kloiber, Stefan and Levinson, Douglas and Lucae, Susanne and Martin, Nicholas and Medland, Sarah Elizabeth and Metspalu, Anes and Milani, Lili and Noethen, M.M and Potash, James B and Rietschel, Marcella and Rietveld, Niels and Ripke, Stephan and Shi, Jianxin and Willemsen, Gonneke and Zhu, Z and Boomsma, Dorret and Wray, Naomi and Penninx, Brenda and Lewis, Cathryn and Hamilton, Steven P and Weissman, M.M and Breen, Gerome and Cichon, Sven and Heath, Anew C and Holsboer, F and Madden, P.A and McGuffin, Peter and Barrett, Jeffrey and Pergadia, Michele and Lin, D and Müller-Myhsok, B and Steinberg, S and Grabe, Hans Jörgen and Lichtenstein, Paul and Magnusson, Patrik K. E and Perlis, Roy H and Preisig, M and Smoller, J.W and Zwart, John-Anker and Uher, R and Kutalik, Z and Tansey, K.E and Teumer, Alexander and Viktorin, Alexander and Barnes, Michael and Bettecken, Thomas and Binder, Elisabeth and Breuer, R and Castro, V.M and Churchill, S.E and Coryell, William H and Craddock, N and Craig, Ian and Czamara, Darina and Degenhardt, F and Farmer, Anne E and Fava, M and Frank, J and Gainer, V.S and Gallagher, Patience and Gordon, Scott D and Goryachev, S and Gross, M and Guipponi, M and Henders, Anjali and Herms, Stefan and Hickie, Ian and Hoefels, Susanne and Hoogendijk, Witte and Iosifescu, D.V and Ising, Marcus and Jones, I and Jones, Louisa and Tzeng, Jung-Ying and Knowles, James A and Kohane, I.S and Kohli, Martin and Korszun, Ania and Landén, Mikael and Lawson, William B and Lewis, G and Macintyre, Donald J and Maier, Wolfgang and Mattheisen, Manuel and McGrath, P.J and McIntosh, Anew and Mclean, Irwin and Middeldorp, Christel and Middleton, Lefkos and Montgomery, G.M and Murphy, S.N and ... and Major Depressive Disorder Working Group of the Psychiatric GWAS Consortium Corporate Collaborator and Major Depressive Disorder Working Group of the Psychiatric GWAS Consortium (Corporate Collaborator) and Social Science Genetic Association Consortium Corporate Collaborator and Social Science Genetic Association Consortium (Corporate Collaborator)
Molecular Psychiatry, ISSN 1359-4184, 01/2015, Volume 20, Issue 6, pp. 735 - 743
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