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The Guardian: New genetic theory might pave way to understanding human intelligence
Scientists from Imperial College believe that intelligence may be influenced by two networks of genes, possibly controlled by a master regulatory system
British scientists believe they have made a huge step forward in the understanding of the mechanisms of human intelligence. That genetic inheritance must play some part has never been disputed. Despite occasional claims later dismissed, no-one has yet produced a single gene that controls intelligence.
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