The United States Department of Veterans Affairs has provided financial support for the development and maintenance of the Vietnam Era Twin (VET) Registry. Numerous organizations have provided invaluable assistance in the conduct of this study, including Department of Defense; National Personnel Records Center, National Archives and Records Administration; the Internal Revenue Service; National Opinion Research Center; National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences; and the Institute for Survey Research, Temple University. Most importantly, the authors gratefully acknowledge the continued cooperation and participation of the members of the VET Registry and their families. Without their contribution this research would not have been possible.
Stability, consistency, and heritability of electrodermal response lability in middle-aged male twins
Article first published online: 26 APR 2004
Volume 41, Issue 4, pages 501–509, July 2004
How to Cite
Crider, A., Kremen, W. S., Xian, H., Jacobson, K. C., Waterman, B., Eisen, S. A., Tsuang, M. T. and Lyons, M. J. (2004), Stability, consistency, and heritability of electrodermal response lability in middle-aged male twins. Psychophysiology, 41: 501–509. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8986.2004.00189.x
- Issue published online: 26 APR 2004
- Article first published online: 26 APR 2004
- (Received May 13, 2003; Accepted November 7, 2003)
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