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Utopia Talk / Politics / Antisocial behavior and reproduction
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Sat Sep 01 02:56:03
Abstract
Prior evolutionary theory provided reason to suspect that measures of development and reproduction would be correlated with antisocial behaviors in human and non-human species. Behavioral genetics has revealed that most quantitative traits are heritable, suggesting that these phenotypic correlations may share genetic etiologies. We use GWAS data to estimate the genetic correlations between various measures of reproductive development (N= 52,776 – 318,863) and antisocial behavior (N= 31,968). Our genetic correlation analyses demonstrate that alleles associated with higher reproductive output (number of children ever born, rg=0.50, p=.0065) were positively correlated with alleles associated with antisocial behavior, whereas alleles associated with more delayed reproductive onset (age of first birth, rg=-.64, p=.0008) were negatively associated with alleles linked to antisocial behavior. Ultimately, these findings coalesce with evolutionary theories suggesting that increased antisocial behaviors may partly represent a faster life history approach, which may be significantly calibrated by genes.

http://www...rly/2018/08/23/247411.full.pdf
jergul
large member
Sat Sep 01 04:00:48
We all come from large families within a few generations.

McKobb
Member
Mon Sep 03 21:28:20
We will be ate by the immigrant hordes!
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