Jonathan P Beauchamp
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Genome-wide association study identifies 74 loci associated with educational attainment
A Okbay, JP Beauchamp, MA Fontana, JJ Lee, TH Pers, CA Rietveld, ...
Nature 533 (7604), 539-542, 2016
8552016
GWAS of 126,559 individuals identifies genetic variants associated with educational attainment
CA Rietveld, SE Medland, J Derringer, J Yang, T Esko, NW Martin, ...
science 340 (6139), 1467-1471, 2013
7102013
Gene discovery and polygenic prediction from a genome-wide association study of educational attainment in 1.1 million individuals
JJ Lee, R Wedow, A Okbay, E Kong, O Maghzian, M Zacher, ...
Nature genetics 50 (8), 1112-1121, 2018
609*2018
Genetic variants associated with subjective well-being, depressive symptoms, and neuroticism identified through genome-wide analyses
A Okbay, BML Baselmans, JE De Neve, P Turley, MG Nivard, MA Fontana, ...
Nature genetics 48 (6), 624-633, 2016
5882016
Most reported genetic associations with general intelligence are probably false positives
CF Chabris, BM Hebert, DJ Benjamin, J Beauchamp, D Cesarini, ...
Psychological science 23 (11), 1314-1323, 2012
2782012
The promises and pitfalls of genoeconomics
DJ Benjamin, D Cesarini, CF Chabris, EL Glaeser, DI Laibson, G Age, ...
Annual Reviews, 2011
1872011
Genome-wide association analyses of risk tolerance and risky behaviors in over 1 million individuals identify hundreds of loci and shared genetic influences
RK Linnér, P Biroli, E Kong, SFW Meddens, R Wedow, MA Fontana, ...
Nature genetics 51 (2), 245, 2019
127*2019
Molecular genetics and economics
JP Beauchamp, D Cesarini, M Johannesson, MJHM van der Loos, ...
Journal of Economic Perspectives 25 (4), 57-82, 2011
1262011
No association between oxytocin receptor (OXTR) gene polymorphisms and experimentally elicited social preferences
CL Apicella, D Cesarini, M Johannesson, CT Dawes, P Lichtenstein, ...
PloS one 5 (6), e11153, 2010
1142010
The Psychometric and Empirical Properties of Measures of Risk Preferences
J Beauchamp, D Cesarini, M Johannesson
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 54 (3), 203–237, 2017
992017
The Church, intensive kinship, and global psychological variation
JF Schulz, D Bahrami-Rad, JP Beauchamp, J Henrich
Science 366 (6466), 2019
75*2019
Genetic evidence for natural selection in humans in the contemporary United States
JP Beauchamp
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (28), 7774–7779, 2016
712016
Why it is hard to find genes associated with social science traits: Theoretical and empirical considerations
CF Chabris, JJ Lee, DJ Benjamin, JP Beauchamp, EL Glaeser, G Borst, ...
American journal of public health 103 (S1), S152-S166, 2013
632013
Measuring and controlling for the compromise effect when estimating risk preference parameters
JP Beauchamp, DJ Benjamin, DI Laibson, CF Chabris
Experimental Economics, 1-31, 2019
55*2019
On the sources of the height–intelligence correlation: New insights from a bivariate ACE model with assortative mating
JP Beauchamp, D Cesarini, M Johannesson, E Lindqvist, C Apicella
Behavior Genetics 41 (2), 242-252, 2011
552011
Novel genetic loci for neuroticism and depression identified using subjective well-being as a proxy-phenotype
A Okbay, BML Baselmans, JE De Neve, P Turley, MG Nivard, M Fontana, ...
Behavior Genetics 46 (6), 791-791, 2016
12016
SSGAC Risk Tolerance: GWAS and MTAG Polygenic Scores (Ver 1.0)
R Karlsson Linnér, JP Beauchamp
2019
Genome-wide study of risk tolerance and risky behaviors reveals shared genetic influences
R Karlsson Linner, P Biroli, E Kong, SFW Meddens, R Wedow, ...
Behavior Genetics, 2017
2017
Examining the shared genetic architecture of risk tolerance and related behaviors
E Kong, A Auton, P Fontanillas, S Jain, C Chen, M Stein, L Bertram, ...
Behavior Genetics, 692-693, 2017
2017
Large-scale genetic study of risk tolerance and risky behaviors identifies new loci and reveals shared genetic influences
RK Linner, P Biroli, M Fontana, A Hammerschlaag, E Kong, M Lebreton, ...
Behavior Genetics, 651-651, 2017
2017
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