A $3.5 million research initiative supported with funding from the John Templeton Foundation and support from the University of Virginia. The program is led by Eric Turkheimer. We are now accepting letters of intent proposing research in areas relevant to the application of modern genomics to complex human behavior related to values and character development.
UPDATE: The Department of Psychology at the University of Virginia
Online applications for the Genetics and Behavior Journalism Fellowships are due on September 17, 2018. Awardees will pursue long-form journalism on subjects at the interface of genetics and complex human behavior.
We manage the Genetics and Human Agency project, supported by the John Templeton Foundation, which funds teams of scientists and philosophers working to understand the role of genetics in complex human behavior.Read More >
The new EA3 study is out today. Or I should say it is unembargoed today, the basic findings have been floating around the genomics community in one form or another for quite a while. I should add that it is first authored by GHA participant...Read More >
I'm having a bad Wordpress day. A slightly nicer version of this post is here: http://www.geneticshumanagency.org/gha/ea3-better-formatting/ The new EA3 study is out today. Or I should say it is unembargoed today, the basic findings have been floating around the genomics community in one form or...Read More >
Greg Cochran has a review of Carl Zimmer’s new book in Quillette. Zimmer’s book is long, and (as Cochran notes; I haven’t finished it) has a great deal in it, most of which appears to be of little interest to Cochran. He wants to...Read More >