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Study of Rodent Mothers Sheds Light on Nature-Nurture Debate
April 07, 2009
NEW YORK, April 7 -- Columbia University issued the following news release:

It's no surprise that mothers exert a powerful influence over their children's personalities. Nurturing parents are likely to rear offspring who grow up to be affectionate, attentive caretakers in their own right. Abusive mothers are likely to raise abusive children.

Until recently, scientists assumed that genes transferred such behavioral traits across generations. To their surprise, they'r . . .

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