Bias, precision and heritability of self-reported and clinically measured height in Australian twins.
Human genetics, no. 4 (2006): 571-580
Many studies of quantitative and disease traits in human genetics rely upon self-reported measures. Such measures are based on questionnaires or interviews and are often cheaper and more readily available than alternatives. However, the precision and potential bias cannot usually be assessed. Here we report a detailed quantitative genetic...更多
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