Does parental divorce moderate the heritability of body dissatisfaction? An extension of previous gene-environment interaction effects.

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OBJECTIVE Previous research suggests that parental divorce moderates genetic influences on body dissatisfaction. Specifically, the heritability of body dissatisfaction is higher in children of divorced versus intact families, suggesting possible gene-environment interaction effects. However, prior research is limited to a single, self-reported measure of… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/eat.22457

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@article{OConnor2016DoesPD, title={Does parental divorce moderate the heritability of body dissatisfaction? An extension of previous gene-environment interaction effects.}, author={Shannon O'Connor and Kelly L Klump and Jessica L VanHuysse and Matt McGue and William G. Iacono}, journal={The International journal of eating disorders}, year={2016}, volume={49 2}, pages={186-90} }