95 Hardcover BF723 Detailing the discoveries and controversies associated with the Minnesota Study Of Twins Reared Apart, Segal (humanities, twin studies, California State U.
What does MISTRA stand for?
MISTRA stands for Minnesota Study of Twins Reared Apart
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Modern conventional wisdom about identical (or monozygotic) twins is formed by a few large research projects, especially the famous Minnesota Study of Twins Reared Apart.
One famous and controversial example is the Minnesota Study of Twins Reared Apart, which Blumberg asserts has repeatedly been misinterpreted to ascribe amazing power to genes in people's lives.