Do gender and personality traits (BFI-10) influence attitude towards genetic research?

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Abstract

There is a continuing trend of making genetic research commercially available. It is not only 23andme that offers various types of genetic tests anymore. People do not need to rely on doctor's opinion, they can purchase genetic testing kits and test themselves. Unfortunately, not all available tests are reliable; as the case of Theranos showed recently. The paper aims to investigate if there is any impact of gender and of personality traits on attitude towards genetic research. Big Five Inventory is used to measure personality traits.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationKnowledge for Market Use 2016 : Our Interconnected and Divided World
EditorsPavla Slavíčková
Place of PublicationOlomouc
PublisherSocietas Scientiarum Olomucensis II
Publication date2016
Pages502-508
ISBN (Electronic)978-80-87533-14-7
Publication statusPublished - 2016
EventKnowledge for Market Use: Our Interconnected and Divided World - Olomouc, Czech Republic
Duration: 8 Sep 20169 Sep 2016

Conference

ConferenceKnowledge for Market Use
LocationOlomouc
CountryCzech Republic
Period08/09/201609/09/2016

Keywords

  • attitude
  • genetic research
  • personality traits

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