Recent polling shows that white Americans and African Americans have completely different perspectives on recent events in Ferguson, Mo., with just 37% of whites saying that the police shooting raises important issues about race, compared to 80% of African Americans. U of M sociology professor Christopher Uggen comments on his research.August 21, 2014
Broad-ranging genetic effects first came to light in a landmark study -- Minnesota Twin Family Study -- conducted from 1979 to 1999, which followed identical and fraternal twins who were separated at an early age. Researchers at the University of Minnesota, led by Thomas Bouchard, launched the landmark study in 1979.
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