'Intelligence is a Heritable Trait': Scientists Find Hundreds Of Genes Linked to IQChris Menahan
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So much for the theory humans are born as "blank slates."
Scientists at the University of Edinburgh compared DNA variants from more than 240,000 people in the UK Biobank and identified 538 genes linked to intelligence.
From The Daily Mail:
Study author Dr David Hill from Edinburgh University said: 'Intelligence is a heritable trait with estimates indicating between 50 and 80 per cent of differences in intelligence can be explained by genetic factors.Not surprisingly, the study has been largely ignored.
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