Sven Oskarsson
Sven Oskarsson
Professor in Political Science, Uppsala University
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Gene discovery and polygenic prediction from a genome-wide association study of educational attainment in 1.1 million individuals
JJ Lee, R Wedow, A Okbay, E Kong, O Maghzian, M Zacher, ...
Nature genetics 50 (8), 1112-1121, 2018
Genome-wide association study identifies 74 loci associated with educational attainment
A Okbay, JP Beauchamp, MA Fontana, JJ Lee, TH Pers, CA Rietveld, ...
Nature 533 (7604), 539-542, 2016
Multi-trait analysis of genome-wide association summary statistics using MTAG
P Turley, RK Walters, O Maghzian, A Okbay, JJ Lee, MA Fontana, ...
Nature genetics 50 (2), 229-237, 2018
Polygenic prediction of educational attainment within and between families from genome-wide association analyses in 3 million individuals
A Okbay, Y Wu, N Wang, H Jayashankar, M Bennett, SM Nehzati, ...
Nature genetics 54 (4), 437-449, 2022
Within-sibship genome-wide association analyses decrease bias in estimates of direct genetic effects
LJ Howe, MG Nivard, TT Morris, AF Hansen, H Rasheed, Y Cho, ...
Nature genetics 54 (5), 581-592, 2022
Genetic influences on political ideologies: Twin analyses of 19 measures of political ideologies from five democracies and genome-wide findings from three populations
PK Hatemi, SE Medland, R Klemmensen, S Oskarsson, L Littvay, ...
Behavior genetics 44, 282-294, 2014
Why are immigrants underrepresented in politics? Evidence from Sweden
RM Dancygier, KO Lindgren, S Oskarsson, K Vernby
American Political Science Review 109 (4), 703-724, 2015
Replicability and robustness of genome-wide-association studies for behavioral traits
CA Rietveld, D Conley, N Eriksson, T Esko, SE Medland, AAE Vinkhuyzen, ...
Psychological science 25 (11), 1975-1986, 2014
Linking genes and political orientations: Testing the cognitive ability as mediator hypothesis
S Oskarsson, D Cesarini, CT Dawes, JH Fowler, M Johannesson, ...
Political Psychology 36 (6), 649-665, 2015
The relationship between genes, psychological traits, and political participation
C Dawes, D Cesarini, JH Fowler, M Johannesson, PKE Magnusson, ...
American Journal of Political Science 58 (4), 888-903, 2014
Resource profile and user guide of the Polygenic Index Repository
J Becker, CAP Burik, G Goldman, N Wang, H Jayashankar, M Bennett, ...
Nature human behaviour 5 (12), 1744-1758, 2021
The genetic origins of the relationship between psychological traits and social trust
S Oskarsson, C Dawes, M Johannesson, PKE Magnusson
Twin Research and Human Genetics 15 (1), 21-33, 2012
Genetic variants linked to education predict longevity
RE Marioni, SJ Ritchie, PK Joshi, SP Hagenaars, A Okbay, K Fischer, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (47), 13366-13371, 2016
Does oil still hinder democracy?
S Oskarsson, E Ottosen
The Journal of Development Studies 46 (6), 1067-1083, 2010
Pre-birth factors, post-birth factors, and voting: Evidence from Swedish adoption data
D Cesarini, M Johannesson, S Oskarsson
American Political Science Review 108 (1), 71-87, 2014
Enhancing electoral equality: can education compensate for family background differences in voting participation?
KO Lindgren, S Oskarsson, M Persson
American Political Science Review 113 (1), 108-122, 2019
Power, trust, and institutional constraints: Individual level evidence
S Oskarsson, T Svensson, PO Öberg
Rationality and Society 21 (2), 171-195, 2009
Education and social trust: Testing a causal hypothesis using the discordant twin design
S Oskarsson, P Thisted Dinesen, CT Dawes, M Johannesson, ...
Political Psychology 38 (3), 515-531, 2017
Similarity vs. homogeneity: Contextual effects in explaining trust
P Öberg, S Oskarsson, T Svensson
European Political Science Review 3 (3), 345-369, 2011
Generalized trust and political support: A cross-national investigation
S Oskarsson
Acta Politica 45 (4), 423-443, 2010
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