Epigenetics Research: Open Access

Epigenetics Research: Open Access
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Behavioral Epigenetics

Behavioral epigenetics refers to the study of the role of epigenetics in shaping animal and human behavior. It is an observational science that studies how parenting shapes biological inheritance, with parenting referring to practically everything that happens in life, such as social experience, diet. and diet and exposure to toxins. Behavioral epigenetics provides a framework for how gene expression is altered through experience and the environment to create differences in behavior, cognition, personality, and mental health of each individual.

• Drug addiction

• Psychopathy

• Depressive disorder

• Eating disorder

• Social behavior of insects