Research reveals genetic link to human intelligence

New research provides the first direct biological evidence for a genetic contribution to people’s intelligence. Previous studies on twins and adopted people suggested that there is a substantial genetic contribution to thinking skills, but this new study is the first to find a genetic contribution by testing people’s DNA for genetic variations.

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