Kinship Asymmetries and the Divided Self

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Title: Kinship Asymmetries and the Divided Self
Author: Haig, David Addison
Citation: Haig, David. 2008. Kinship asymmetries and the divided self. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31(03): 271-272.
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Abstract: Imprinted genes are predicted to affect interactions among relatives. Therefore, variant alleles at imprinted loci are promising candidates for playing a causal role in disorders of social behavior. The effects of imprinted genes evolved in the context of patterns of asymmetric relatedness that existed within social groups of our ancestors.
Published Version: doi:10.1017/S0140525X08004329
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