Evolution and Human Behavior • Vol/Iss. 20(5) • Elsevier • • Published In • Pages: 309-324 •
Within each region, societies with the lowest percentage of long DRD4 alleles will tend to be sedentary, while societies with the highest percentage of long DRD4 alleles will tend to be nomadic (313-314).
Nomadic societies had on average a 10.4% higher rate of long alleles than sedentary societies after controlling for macro-migration. After controlling for autocorrelation, the significance level for micro-migration dropped from p < 0.05 to .11.
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