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John C. Loehlin is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychology, College of Liberal Arts, and also in the Department of Computer Science, College of Natural Sciences.
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Loehlin examines the relative contributions of genes and environment to major dimensions of personality and to personality change over time, and discusses how genotype-environment findings for personality compare with neighbouring trait domains such as ability. The book concludes with an analysis of how research results on individual personality variation relate to evolutionary views about human nature.
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