It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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The singular world of twins and twin studies
Nancy L. Segal Ph.D.
How young do you have to be to notice your twin brother or sister?
Do you have a natural twin lab at home?
Do you wonder where your sense of humor comes from? A chat with identical twin comedians Stone and Stone may offer some answers.
“No one believes that they are twins."
Does finding a look-alike mean you are a twin? Probably not, but in rare cases, it can.
Why do some people, but not others, work so well together?
Why do some people have fraternal twins?
A rare glimpse into the lives of switched-at-birth twins.
Why are you musical—or not?
A book review by Sacks led to a letter to the NY Times and a fascinating reply.
Some people think twin communicate telepathically, but research shows otherwise.
Does a close twin relationship take away from individual identity?
Which comes first? The science or the work of art?
Twins reared apart tell us a lot about where our behaviors come from!
Twin type matters--to twine reared together, reared apart or switched at birth. A case of separated sisters will be described in a forthcoming issue PT an din an upcoming TV series.
Meet a Twin Pioneer
What you can learn from the International Twin Congress, and a new way to tell twins apart
Unique factors affect twins at school.
What happens when a twin is stolen at birth?
Curious twins—what are they? And is school separation advised or not?
Twins switched at birth face unusual life challenges.
The special twin survivors of Auschwitz-Birkenau
If you had an unrelated look-alike, how alike would you be?
Why are some people great athletes? Just ask twins
Twins reared apart are windows into the world of human development
Twin research never stops!
What twins tell us about chemicals in our environment.
A twin-based perspective on organ donation and its aftermath.
Twins have twice as many tidbits!
Nancy L. Segal, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology and the Director of the Twin Studies Center, at California State University, Fullerton.