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Current Perspectives In Social And Behavioral Sciences

Current Perspectives In Social And Behavioral Sciences - Bouregy, Susan (EDT)/ Grigorenko, Elena L. (EDT)/ Latham, Stephen R. (EDT)/ Tan, Mei (EDT) - ISBN: 9781107118713
Prijs: € 121,20
Levertijd: 3 tot 5 werkdagen
Bindwijze: Boek, Gebonden
Genre: Psychologie
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A thorough cross-disciplinary exploration of the implications of genomics-influenced educational practice, for consideration by scientists, practitioners and laypersons alike.


Titel: Current Perspectives In Social And Behavioral Sciences
auteur: Bouregy, Susan (EDT)/ Grigorenko, Elena L. (EDT)/ Latham, Stephen R. (EDT)/ Tan, Mei (EDT)
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Gebonden
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 418
Uitgever: Cambridge University Press
Plaats van publicatie: 03
NUR: Psychologie
Afmetingen: 235 x 157 x 29
Gewicht: 730 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9781107118713
Intern nummer: 37540837
Volume: 1


Advance praise: 'What did genetics ever do for educators and their students? Historically, widespread misconceptions and misunderstandings have probably often resulted in more harm than good. However, rapid advances in the field now offer much promise (and some potential pitfalls) for future educational practice. This encyclopedic text is an essential read for anyone who wants to understand the promise of genetics for education, the possible policy implications, and the ethical and moral dilemmas that may result.' Julian Elliott, Durham University


Introduction Susan Bouregy, Elena L. Grigorenko, Mei Tan and Stephen R. Latham; 1. What is heritability and why does it matter? Mei Tan; 2. Molecular genetics and genomics Sergey Kornilov; 3. Can (and should) we personalize education along genetic lines? Lessons from Behavioral Genetics Kathryn Asbury, Kaili Rimfeld and Eva Krapohl; 4. Early adversity and epigenetics: implications for early care and educational policy Katherine Beckmann and Kieran O'Donnell; 5. Intelligence: the ongoing quest for its etiology Elena L. Grigorenko and Samuel D. Mandelman; 6. A behavioral genetic perspective on noncognitive factors and academic achievement Elliot M. Tucker-Drob and K. Paige Harden; 7. Precision education initiative: the possibility of personalized education Callie Little, Connie Barroso and Sara A. Hart; 8. Using genetic etiology to intervene with students with intellectual disabilities Robert M. Hodapp and Marisa H. Fisher; 9. Ethical implications of behavioral genetics on education Victoria J. Schenker and Stephen A. Petrill; 10. Genomic literacy and the communication of genetic and genomic information Kimberly A. Kaphingst; 11. Legal issues associated with the introduction of genetic testing to the education system David Peloquin and Mark Barns; 12. Ethical risks and remedies in social behavioral research involving genetic testing Celia B. Fisher; 13. Development of the personal genomics industry Jorge L. Contreras and Vikrant G. Deshmukh; 14. Ethical issues in using genomics to influence educational practice Susan Bourgey and Krista Bouregy; 15. Teaching and genetic/genomic variation: an educator's perspective Judi Randi; 16. Will the next Einstein get left in the petri dish? Be careful what you wish for in the designer baby era Carolyn D. Cowen; Conclusion Stephen R. Latham.


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