Genetics Experiments needed

Roy S. Fenichel rsfenich at RODAN.SYR.EDU
Thu Nov 4 20:24:02 EST 1993


You might try searching your library catalog for books on this topic --
either by key words in the title or in the subject area. You can also
search a variety of databases either in machine-readable form (online,
CD-ROM) or in print--Psychological Abstracts/PsycINFO is one obvious
choice. If you find one or more "classic" works that are right on, you
can trace the topic forward in time using Science Citation Index/SCISEARCH
or the social science equivalent.

I hope this is of help.

Katherine W. McCain                  "bibliometrics R us"
College of Information Studies
Drexel University

mccainkw at duvm.ocs.drexel.edu
----------------------------Original message----------------------------

	Hi, I am a student at SU working on a science project
on a possible link between violent behavior and genetics, with a focus
on XYY syndrome.  I would greattly appreciate it if anyone could
tell me where I might find experiments in this area, or other relevant
information.


-thanks

-Roy



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