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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : DF / DeFries-Fulker

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2020 A Simulation Study of Bootstrap Approaches to Estimate Confidence Intervals in DeFries-Fulker Regression Models (with Application to the Heritability of BMI Changes in the NLSY). ---
2015 The Colorado Longitudinal Twin Study of Reading Difficulties and ADHD: Etiologies of Comorbidity and Stability. ADHD, IN, RD
2014 A genetically informed test of cholesterol levels and self-control, depressive symptoms, antisocial behavior, and neuroticism. HDL, MIDUS
2013 Callous-unemotional traits and anxiety in a community sample of 7-year-olds. CU
2012 Genetic and environmental etiologies of reading difficulties: DeFries-Fulker analysis of reading performance data from twin pairs and their nontwin siblings. ---
2010 Gender differences in genetic and environmental influences on gambling: results from a sample of twins from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. DZ, MZ
2008 Childhood obesity: genetic and environmental overlap with normal-range BMI. IOTF
2007 Overlap and specificity of genetic and environmental influences on mathematics and reading disability in 10-year-old twins. ---
2005 DeFries-Fulker analysis of twin data with skewed distributions: cautions and recommendations from a study of children's use of verb inflections. ---
10  2005 Masculine girls and feminine boys: genetic and environmental contributions to atypical gender development in early childhood. ---
11  2005 Reformulating and simplifying the DF analysis model. ---
12  2003 A model-fitting implementation of the DeFries-Fulker model for selected twin data. ---
13  2003 The moderation of genetic and shared-environmental influences on adolescent drinking by levels of parental drinking. ---