Session 162:
Analysis of Genetic Data for Demographic Purposes

Saturday, April 1
12:30 PM - 2:20 PM
Emerald Bay
Level 3

Chair: Joseph L. Rodgers, University of Oklahoma
Discussant: David Bard, University of Oklahoma

  1. Genetic Associations with Regular Smoking among Adolescents: The Social Environment as a Fundamental CauseJason D. Boardman, University of Colorado at Boulder; Brett Haberstick, University of Colorado at Boulder; David Timberlake, University of Colorado at Boulder; Jeffrey Lessem, University of Colorado at Boulder; Marissa Ehringer, University of Colorado at Boulder; Andrew Smolen, University of Colorado at Boulder; Christian Hopfer, University of Colorado at Boulder; John Hewitt, University of Colorado at Boulder

  2. Stress-Adaptive Survival and Longevity Effects of Tumor Suppressor Mutation: Population Modeling with lgl Gene in DrosophilaMichael Golubovsky, Duke University; Nataly Weisman, Russian Academy of Sciences

  3. Age at First Sexual Intercourse, Genes, and Social & Demographic Context: Evidence from Twins and the Dopamine D4 Receptor GeneGuang Guo, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Yuying Tong, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  4. Rates of Aging, APOE Genotypes, and Cause-Specific Mortality in the Cache County StudyKen R. Smith, University of Utah; Kathleen Hayden, Duke University; Geraldine P. Mineau, University of Utah; Richard Kerber, Huntsman Cancer Institute

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