Research

Publications:

* denotes joint first authorship

Emma Armstrong-Carter*, Sam Trejo*, Liam Hill, Kirsty Crossley, Dan Mason, Benjamin W. Domingue. “The Earliest Origins of Genetic Nurture: Prenatal Environment Mediates the Association Between Maternal Genetics and Child Development.” 2020. (Forthcoming at Psychological Science)

Sam Trejo and Benjamin W. Domingue. “Genetic  Nature  or  Genetic  Nurture?   Introducing Social  Genetic  Parameters  to  Quantify  Bias  in  Polygenic  Score  Analyses.” Biodemography  and Social Biology 64(3-4):  187-215

Daphne Martschenko*, Sam Trejo*, and Benjamin W. Domingue*. “Genetics and Education: Recent Developments in the Context of an Ugly History and an Uncertain Future.” AERA Open 5: 1-15. 2019.

Media Coverage: Stanford News, American Educational Research Association

Sam Trejo, Daniel W. Belsky, Jason D. Boardman, Jeremy Freese, Kathleen  Mullan Harris, Pamela Herd, Kamil Sicinski, and Benjamin W. Domingue. “Schools as Moderators of Genetic Associations with Life Course Attainments: Evidence from the WLS and Add Heath.” Sociological Science 5: 513-540. 2018.

Working Papers:

Maya Rossin-Slater, Molly Schnell, Hannes Schwandt, Sam Trejo, and Lindsey Uniat. "Local Exposure to School Shootings and Youth Antidepressant Use." 2019.

Media Coverage: Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, The Hill

Jeremy Freese, Ben Domingue, Kamil Sicinski, Sam Trejo, Pam Herd. “Problems with a Causal Interpretation of Polygenic Score Differences between Jewish and non-Jewish Respondents in the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study.” 2019.

Resting Papers: