Sessions

≪Organizer Abstract≫
Twin research provides unique insights into the origins of individual differences in behavoiur. The proposed symposium presents a collection of investigations into the aetiology of general cognitive ability (g), executive functions, personality, emotion and motivation. The first talk (Juko Ando) presents results of the Japanese twin study of executive function. The second talk (Victoria Ismatullina) presents the results from a Russian twin study of executive function as it relates tog. The third talk (Ivan Voronin) presents the results from a Russian twin study exploring the aetiology of the relationship betweeng and personality. The fourth talk (Tomasz Bloniewski) presents results from the USA and Russian twin studies of mathematical anxiety. The fifth talk (Yulia Kovas) presents the results from the UK twin study exploring the aetiology of academic achievement. The findings and their implications in the context of other international twin research are discussed by Professor Yulia Kovas
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