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Correlations between social dominance orientation and political attitudes reflect common genetic underpinnings
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Correlations between social dominance orientation and political attitudes reflect common genetic underpinnings

Published: September 3, 2019  |  31 min read, 6251 words
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Edited by Susan T. Fiske, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, and approved July 22, 2019 (received for review October 31, 2018)Deciphering the underlying psychology of societal attitudes and prejudices is important in times of political unpredictability. We focus on the foundational construct of preference for (or against) hierarchies between groups, as reflected in the 2 subdimensions of social dominance orientation (SDO). Studying SDO with a large-sample twin design, we show that both its sub-dimensions are heritable, share common genetic influences, and overlap genetically with 6... READ MORE
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