Genetic and environmental contributions to stability and change in levels of self-control
Kevin M. Beaver,
Eric J. Connolly,
Joseph A. Schwartz,
Mohammed Said Al-Ghamdi and
Ahmed Nezar Kobeisy
Journal of Criminal Justice, 2013, vol. 41, issue 5, 300-308
There has been an emerging body of research estimating the stability in levels of self-control across different sections of the life course. At the same time, some of this research has attempted to examine the factors that account for both stability and change in levels of self-control. Missing from much of this research is a concerted focus on the genetic and environmental architecture of stability and change in self-control.
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