Interpreting Complexity: the Scientific and Social Meaning of Behavioral Genetics

Tuesday June 6, 2006
Clark Center Auditorium
Stanford University

Human behavior is both an object of scientific inquiry and public fascination. This symposium will explore the complexity of gene-environment interactions in mediating behavior, as well as the complexity of the relationship between scientific and social interpretations of behavior. We hope this discussion will foster communication and new approaches to advancing this dynamic area of research.

Additional Materials
Symposium Program (PDF)