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The Russian School Twin Registry (RSTR): Project PROGRESS
Kovas, Yulia; Galajinsky, Eduard V.; Boivin, Michel; Harold, Gordon T.; Jones, Alice; Lemelin, Jean-Pascal; Luo, Yu; Petrill, Stephen A.; Plomin, Robert; Tikhomirova, Tatiana; Zhou, Xinlin; Malykh, Sergey; Kovas, Y (reprint author), Goldsmiths, London SE14 6NW, England.
2013
Source PublicationTWIN RESEARCH AND HUMAN GENETICS
ISSN1832-4274
Subtype期刊论文
Volume16Issue:1Pages:126-133
Contribution Rank8
AbstractThe Russian School Twin Registry (RSTR) was established in 2012, supported by a grant from the Government of the Russian Federation. The main aim of the registry is to contribute to Progress in Education through Gene-Environment Studies (PROGRESS). The formation of the registry is ongoing and it is expected that most schools in the Russian Federation (approximately 50,000 schools) will contribute data to the registry. With a total of 13.7 million students in Grades 1-11 (ages 7-18), the potential number of twin pairs exceeds 100,000. Apart from the large sample size and its representative nature, the RSTR has one unique feature: in collaboration with the International Advisory Committee to the Registry, genetically sensitive cross-cultural investigations are planned, aided by the use of the common assessment instruments. Other strengths of the registry include the assessment of a large sample of non-twin school children, including those studying in the same classes as the twins in the registry. It is hoped that the RSTR will provide an important research platform for national and international educationally relevant research.
Keywordtwins school achievement school age Russian Federation individual differences cognitive development
Subject AreaPsychology Of Education
Indexed BySCI
Language英语
Funding OrganizationGovernment of the Russian Federation [11.G34.31.003] ; Ministry of Science and Education of the Russian Federation
Project Intro.The establishment of the Russian School Twin Registry is supported by the grant from the Government of the Russian Federation (grant 11.G34.31.003). The authors gratefully acknowledge the support from the Ministry of Science and Education of the Russian Federation for the assistance in the establishment of the registry.
WOS Research AreaGenetics & Heredity ; Obstetrics & Gynecology
WOS SubjectGenetics & Heredity ; Obstetrics & Gynecology
WOS IDWOS:000314799700018
WOS HeadingsScience & Technology ; Life Sciences & Biomedicine
WOS KeywordINDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES ; NUMERICAL ESTIMATION ; BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS ; GENETIC-ANALYSIS ; DISABILITIES ; INSTRUMENT ; SCALE
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.psych.ac.cn/handle/311026/10827
Collection认知与发展心理学研究室
Corresponding AuthorKovas, Y (reprint author), Goldsmiths, London SE14 6NW, England.
AffiliationKovas, Y (reprint author), Goldsmiths, London SE14 6NW, England.
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Kovas, Yulia,Galajinsky, Eduard V.,Boivin, Michel,et al. The Russian School Twin Registry (RSTR): Project PROGRESS[J]. TWIN RESEARCH AND HUMAN GENETICS,2013,16(1):126-133.
APA Kovas, Yulia.,Galajinsky, Eduard V..,Boivin, Michel.,Harold, Gordon T..,Jones, Alice.,...&Kovas, Y .(2013).The Russian School Twin Registry (RSTR): Project PROGRESS.TWIN RESEARCH AND HUMAN GENETICS,16(1),126-133.
MLA Kovas, Yulia,et al."The Russian School Twin Registry (RSTR): Project PROGRESS".TWIN RESEARCH AND HUMAN GENETICS 16.1(2013):126-133.
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