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Many are the journals that I read. Any recommendations to add to the list? A bias toward human evolution and genetics preferred. You should also check out Jason’s megalist.

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  1. I don’t see any twin studies on your list of recommended books. I’ve enjoyed a couple of them. I think the average reader will find such studies very compelling — because twins are so real and concrete. 
     
    I haven’t surveyed the field, but I did thoroughly enjoy these two: 
     
    Twins: and what they tell us about who we are, but Lawrence Wright and 
     
    Entwined Lives: Twins and what they tell us about human behavior, by Nancy Segal.

  2. born that way spends a lot of time on twins (in particular the bouchard study)….

  3. I like “Politics and the Life Sciences”  
     
    http://www.politicsandthelifesciences.org/

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