Jaime Lane Derringer
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Address: 419 Psychology Building
603 E. Daniel Street
Champaign, IL 61820
- Telephone: +1 (217) 300-6629
I am interested in how genetic and environmental influences explain individual differences in human behavior. My research focuses on (1) applying psychometric methods to refine genetic associations with broadly-defined phenotypes, (2) estimating how certain environments (such as stress) enhance or dampen genetic influences, and (3) identifying "genetic risk" scores that may predict individual outcomes.
- Ph.D., Psychology (Personality, Individual differences, and Behavior genetics), University of Minnesota
- Psyc 250: Psychology of Personality
- Psyc 496: Behavior Genetics
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