UC Riverside psychology professor Kate Sweeny elaborates on what motivates or discourages people to participate in direct-to-consumer genetic testing. A UCR study found that potential users of the mail-in tests were influenced by perceived benefits and barriers to testing, and anticipated regret over testing versus not testing.

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