What factors influence our behavior? What role do genetics play in our actions? Professor Sokolowski has studied the complexity of animal and human behavior. During her childhood, she collected insects in the woods to study their characteristics. From her observation of bees and ants, she noticed two different behaviors: rover and sitter. It is the foraging gene that determines these behavioral differences. Read Professor Sokolowski's interview to discover more about her findings and of the influence of epigenetics on childhood.