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Genetic, Personalized Medicine, & Behavioral Intervention -- Can This Combination Improve Patient Ca

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posted on Oct, 25 2010 @ 01:22 PM

The current issue of Perspectives on Psychological Science, which is free online until November 15, combines nine stimulating articles in the first systematic effort to survey the possibilities of genetics research, personalized medicine, and behavioral intervention.

“Personalized medicine is being seen by many as the future of clinical treatment,” says Alan G. Kraut, Executive Director of the Association for Psychological Science. “The articles in this special issue of Perspectives on Psychological Science identify several important areas of focus that must be considered by researchers, patients, and clinicians as the field advances.”

This is another Special Issue from the Association for Psychological Science that has gained such recognition in the psychological field that they have decided to put it online for everyone to read for free. Apparently, the articles are already being incorporated into professors' lesson plans. I haven't got around to reading it yet, but I thought that there would be quite a few people on here that would be interested.

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