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Researchers from The Netherlands' Behavioral Science Institute report that people with the seven-repeat allele version of dopamine D4 receptor gene were more likely to mimic the drinking habits of others, reports LiveScience. DRD4 "has previously been associated with novelty-seeking behavior and dependence on feel-good rewards," the article adds.

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