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Caspi and Moffitt

Two psychologists followed 1000 New Zealanders for decades. Here’s what they found about how childhood shapes later life

Thursday, February 1, 2018

In 1987, Avshalom Caspi and Terrie Moffitt, two postdocs in psychology, had adjacent displays at the poster session of a conference in St. Louis, Missouri. Caspi, generally not a forward man, looked over at Moffitt's poster and was dazzled by her science. "You have the most beautiful data set," he... read more about Two psychologists followed 1000 New Zealanders for decades. Here’s what they found about how childhood shapes later life »


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