Suggested Readings

Given the diverse range and specificity of subject matter in this volume, the identification of key references from among the hundreds of citations in the individual chapters is difficult at best. The following references were singled out by the authors and editors of this volume as especially useful to the interested reader.

Abecasis, G.R., L.R.Cardon, and W.O.C.Cookson 2000 A general test of association for quantitative traits in nuclear families. American Journal of Human Genetics 66:279–292.

Adler, N.E., M.Marmot, B.S.McEwen, and J.Stewart, eds. 1999 Socioeconomic Status and Health in Industrial Nations. Social, Psychological and Biological Pathways. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 896. New York: New York Academy of Sciences.


Brown, P.O., and D.Botstein 1999 Exploring the new world of the genome with DNA microarrays. Nature Genetics 21:33–37.


Clayton, E.W., K.K.Steinberg, M.J.Khoury, E.Thomson, L.Andres, M.J.E.Kahn, L.M. Kopelman, and J.O.Weiss 1995 Informed consent for genetic research on stored tissue samples. Journal of the American Medical Association 274:1786–1792.

Crabbe, J.C., J.K.Belknap, and K.J.Buck 1994 Genetic animal models of alcohol and drug abuse. Science 264:1715–1723.


Glass, T.A. 1998 Conjugating the “tenses” of function: Discordance among hypothetical, experimental, and enacted function in older adults. Gerontologist 38:101–112.


Khoury, M.J., T.H.Beaty, and B.H.Cohen 1993 Fundamentals of Genetic Epidemiology. New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press.



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Cells and Surveys: Should Biological Measures be Included in Social Science Research? Suggested Readings Given the diverse range and specificity of subject matter in this volume, the identification of key references from among the hundreds of citations in the individual chapters is difficult at best. The following references were singled out by the authors and editors of this volume as especially useful to the interested reader. Abecasis, G.R., L.R.Cardon, and W.O.C.Cookson 2000 A general test of association for quantitative traits in nuclear families. American Journal of Human Genetics 66:279–292. Adler, N.E., M.Marmot, B.S.McEwen, and J.Stewart, eds. 1999 Socioeconomic Status and Health in Industrial Nations. Social, Psychological and Biological Pathways. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 896. New York: New York Academy of Sciences. Brown, P.O., and D.Botstein 1999 Exploring the new world of the genome with DNA microarrays. Nature Genetics 21:33–37. Clayton, E.W., K.K.Steinberg, M.J.Khoury, E.Thomson, L.Andres, M.J.E.Kahn, L.M. Kopelman, and J.O.Weiss 1995 Informed consent for genetic research on stored tissue samples. Journal of the American Medical Association 274:1786–1792. Crabbe, J.C., J.K.Belknap, and K.J.Buck 1994 Genetic animal models of alcohol and drug abuse. Science 264:1715–1723. Glass, T.A. 1998 Conjugating the “tenses” of function: Discordance among hypothetical, experimental, and enacted function in older adults. Gerontologist 38:101–112. Khoury, M.J., T.H.Beaty, and B.H.Cohen 1993 Fundamentals of Genetic Epidemiology. New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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