Mental Health Life-course Lecture Series
11th March 2019, 12.30 noon – 2.30 pm; Cambridge
Psychologist and Behavioural Geneticist, Robert Plomin, is an international expert in behavioural genetics and directs one of the world’s leading twin studies, the Twins Early Development Study (TEDS), which has followed over 10,000 twin pairs and is one of the longest-running and largest twin studies in the world.
This free Life-Span Lecture will draw from Robert Plomin’s recent book, Blueprint: How DNA makes us who we are, to argue that DNA is the most important factor shaping who we are and that the DNA differences inherited from our parents are the consistent, life-long source of psychological individuality.
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