I am the Hugh Scott Hamilton Professor of Psychology at the University of Virginia. I study the genetics of complex behavior using empirical, quantitative and philosophical methods. I am also interested in individual differences in personality, classification of mental disorders and philosophy of psychology. I teach classes about the Nature-Nurture debate and Experimental Psychopathology.
- Polygenic Scores and Prediction from Parents
- Obituary for John Loehlin
- Multivariate Analysis of the Scarr-Rowe Interaction Across Middle Childhood and EarlyAdolescence
- Across the great divide: pluralism and the hunt for missing heritability.
- The Social Science Blues
- Genetics and Human Agency: The Philosophy of Behavior Genetics Introduction to the Special Issue