(p. vii ) Acknowledgments
The authors thank the twins and their families for their participation in the USC Twin Study and the twin project staff for assistance in data collection and scoring. The authors and the USC Twin Study were supported by grants to Laura A. Baker from NIMH (R01 MH58354), to Serena Bezdjian from NIMH (Predoctoral Fellowship Award F31 MH068953) and to Adrian Raine from NIMH (Independent Scientist Award K02 MH01114-01).
The author thanks his indefatigable research assistant, Sean Rodriguez, for his hard work, and Nita Farahany for her patience and for a useful conversation.
The authors thank Doriane L. Coleman, Joseph C. Davis, Amanda A. Farahany, John C.P. Goldberg, Nancy J. King, Noah A. Messing, Robert K. Rasmussen, Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz, William W. Van Alstyne, and Christopher S. Yoo for their comments and insights. Nita A. Farahany also extends a special thanks to her parents, Amir H. Farahany and Afsaneh Farahany for their support and encouragement.
The author thanks Ed Greenlee for invaluable help. As always, my personal attorney, Jean Avnet Morse, provided sound, sober counsel and moral support.
The authors thank Ronald Salomon, M.D., and Cindy L. Vnencak-Jones, Ph.D., who reviewed the manuscript and made helpful suggestions. We thank Stephen A. Montgomery, M.D., and James S. Walker, Ph.D., for providing some of the case material used in this chapter.
The author is most grateful to Marianna Gebhardt for her superb insights and research support on all aspects of this Chapter. The author would also like to thank William Bernet, Daniel Rinaldi, and Julie Salwen for helpful commentary, Eileen McNerney for excellent legal research assistance, and Christina Newhard for creating Charts 1–3 in Appendix A. Fordham University School of Law provided generous funding for this project.
(p. viii ) Chapter 11
The author is grateful to Ira Ellman, Jeffrey Murphy, James Nickels, and James Weinstein for discussions of several of the issues considered in this article, and to Paul Appelbaum, Irving Gottesman, and Mark Rothstein for comments on a draft of this chapter.
Chapters 1, 2, 4–5, 7–8, and 10–13 were adapted from 69 law & contemp. probs. 259 (2006).