Genes encoding for AP-2β and the serotonin transporter are associated with the personality character spiritual acceptance
|Genes encoding for AP-2beta and the Serotonin Transporter are associated with the Personality Character Spiritual Acceptance|
|Authors:||Kent W. Nilsson, Mattias Damberg, John Ohrvik, Jerzy Leppert, Leif Lindstrom, Henrik Anckarsater, Lars Oreland|
|Citation:||Neuroscience Letters 411 (3): 233-237. 2007 January|
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Genes encoding for AP-2beta and the serotonin transporter are associated with the personality character spiritual acceptance reports a personality genetics study on the TFAP2B gene and with personality traits assessed with the Temperament and Character Inventory.
Standard deviations of personality scores are not given (a pooled very rough estimate of it may however be computed from the Wilcoxon p-value, means and number of subjects).
- Bias reporting of traits: Only statistics are given for significant traits (Self-transcendence and spiritual acceptance)
- Standard deviation of the personality scores is not given (a pooled very rough estimate of it may however be computed from the p-value, means and number of subjects).
- There is a relatively low number of subjects in the study.