Publications in Newsletters / Magazines

Segal, N.L. (1985).  Holocaust twins: Their special bond.  Psychology Today, 19:8, 52-58.

  • [Reprinted in Psychologie Heute, (October, 1985), 12:10, 38-43]
  • [Reprinted in Psicologia Contemporanea, (March/April, 1986), XIII:74, 44-51]
  • [Reprinted in Annual Editions: Human Development 1986/87, Guilford: Dushkin Publishing Group, Inc., 221-227]; 1987/1988 issue.

Segal, N.L. (1987). I. The International Twin Congress 1986.II. ESP: Does it exist in twins?Twins (Australian Twin Registry Newsletter; reprinted from Twins Magazine), No. 7924, 4-6; 13-14.

Segal, N.L. (1988).  The Minnesota Center for Twin and Adoption Research. Multiple Births Foundation Newsletter (Great Britain), 1, 3.

Segal, N.L. & Bouchard, T.J., Jr. (1988).The Minnesota Center for Twin and Adoption Research: An Overview. Double Feature (Canada, POMBA), 11:3, 1, 3.

Segal, N.L. Who is a twin? Twins (Australian Twin Registry Newsletter; reprinted from Twins Magazine) #VBG 7984, November, 1989, 6-10.

Segal, N.L. & Bouchard, T.J., Jr. Minnesota Center for Twin and Adoption Research. Mothers of Twins Club Notebook, Fall, 1989.

Segal, N.L. Cooperation and competition in identical and fraternal twin children and adolescents.Mothers of Twins Club Notebook, Spring, 1990.

Segal, N.L. (1991). Language characteristics in twins.  Double Feature (Canada, POMBA), 14:2, 1, 5-6.

Segal, N.L. Twins and the law. The Twins Letter (Twins Foundation), Spring/Summer, 1993, 8-10.

Segal, N.L. (1993). Twin loss project. Two’s News: Minnesota Twin Registry Newsletter, Summer, 1993, 1.

Segal, N.L. (1996). Twinning and adoption: What parenting same-age sibs reveals about the nature-nurture debate. Adoptive Families Magazine, 29, 18-20.

Segal, N.L. (1996). New research findings on the loss of a twin.Twinsworld, Autumn/September 1996, 23-26.

Segal, N.L. (1997). Death and loss. Twins 1997 Newsletter, Australian National NHMRC Twin Registry, p. 6.

Segal, N.L. (1999). New twin studies show: The career of your dreams may be determined by your genes. Psychology Today, 32, 54-58, 69-70.

Segal, N.L. (1999). Research on behavioural traits. New Zealand Multiple Birth Association Newsletter, 18.

Segal, N.L. (1999). Twins’ social relationships. New Zealand Multiple Birth Association Newsletter, December, 1999, p. 16.

Segal, N.L. (2000, March/April). Double feature: The wonderful world of twins. Dragonfly Magazine, National Science Foundation & National Science Teachers Association. Miami University, Oxford, OH, 12-14.

Segal, N.L. (2000, March). Twins in the classroom: Together or apart? New Zealand Multiple Birth Association Newsletter, 6-7.

Segal, N.L. (2000). Twins' multiple messages for human behavior. Psychwatch Newsletter (online).

Segal, N.L. (2000, June). Losing a twin sibling. New Zealand Multiple Birth Association Newsletter, p. 10-11.

Segal, N.L. (2000, September).Who has twins? New Zealand Multiple Birth Association Newsletter, p. 18-19.

Segal,N.L. (2001, March). Insights on twin pregnancy and delivery. New Zealand Multiple Birth Association Newsletter, p. 11.

Segal, N.L. (2001). Twins. Senate Forum, 16, 6, 10, 21.

Segal, N.L. (2002). Should twins be placed in the same or separate classrooms? University of Minnesota Newsletter of Twin and Family Research, September issue, 2.

Twins Magazine, as Contributing Editor--Research (1984-1998):
  • 87 articles, 48 completed since 1991 as a CSUF faculty member

Segal, N.L. (2009, Jan/Feb). Twenty-five year celebration of twin research. Twins Magazine: 25th Anniversary Issue, 17-21.