Genetic and Environmental Parent-Child Transmission of Value Orientations: An Extended Twin Family Study.

Abstract

Despite cross-cultural universality of core human values, individuals differ substantially in value priorities, whereas family members show similar priorities to some degree. The latter has often been attributed to intrafamilial socialization. The analysis of self-ratings on eight core values from 399 twin pairs (ages 7-11) and their biological parents (388… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/cdev.12452

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@article{Kandler2016GeneticAE, title={Genetic and Environmental Parent-Child Transmission of Value Orientations: An Extended Twin Family Study.}, author={Christian Kandler and Juliana Gottschling and Frank M. Spinath}, journal={Child development}, year={2016}, volume={87 1}, pages={270-84} }