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Univ. of Texas, Galveston. Addresses the cultural, legal, and biological underpinnings of behavioral genetics. Focuses on the quality of science behind behavioral genetic claims and the need to formulate an appropriate, ethically defensible response when the science turns out to be good. For students and the general public.
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Floyd E. Bloom (born 1936 in Minneapolis, Minnesota) is an American medical researcher specializing in chemical neuroanatomy.
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