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    Postgenomics and genetic essentialism.Ilan Dar-Nimrod - 2012 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35 (5):362-363.
    Traditional lay perceptions of genetics are plagued with essentialist biases leading to some unfortunate consequences. Changes in the scientific understanding of heredity in general, and in genotype–phenotype relationships more specifically, provide a vital basis for shifting public understanding of genetics. Facilitating postgenomic literacy among the public has the potential to have translational implications in diminishing deleterious attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors.
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    Solved paradoxes and old hats? The research needed on differentiated selves.Ilan Dar-Nimrod & Karen Gonsalkorale - 2016 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39.
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    The dubious precision and utility of heritability estimates.Steven J. Heine & Ilan Dar-Nimrod - 2022 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 45:e164.
    Uchiyama et al. question heritability estimates in a convincing manner. We offer additional arguments to further bolster their claims, highlighting methodological issues in heritability coefficients' derivation, their misuse in various contexts, and their potential contributions to exacerbating common erroneous intuitions that have been shown to lead to deleterious social phenomena. We conclude that science should move away from using them.
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