I am in the process of researching the Nature vs. Nurture debate.
While I was searching for articles on it, I discovered something known as the "Identical Strangers" experiment (that probably was not it's real name, but it is the name of the book that the twins wrote about it). It was an experiment done in the 1960s where 2 identical twins were separated at birth and raised in different homes. The study looked at how they developed.
I noticed when looking it up that there was something that said that details about the full experiment were locked away until 2066. My question is:
Is there any part of the experiment that has been documented (it can even be from the adopted parents, it doesn't necessarily have to be from the study itself) that is publicly available, or is all of it locked away at Yale University for the next 54 years?