October 10, 2012
"drawing attention to even modest heritability effects on personality, intelligence, and political attitudes (just to name a few) is extremely problematic for [the Standard Social Sciences Model]. How can their models account for effects that are not learned? Of course, they cannot, so what they must do is criticize the methods (e.g., small sample sizes) or analyses (e.g., intraclass correlations), revealing that they hold on to their position in a dogmatic fashion."

— Peter K. Jonason, Dispelling myths and misunderstandings about the Minnesota Twins Reared Apart studies: A review of Nancy Segal, Born Together – Reared Apart: The Landmark Minnesota Twin Study, Evolutionary Psychology.