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Research Identified How Genetic Factors Influence Multiple Intelligences Traits

With a wealth of research, scientists have identified genes that contribute to our intelligences, abilities and behaviours. Your child’s day-to-day experiences, their behaviours, their processing speed, even their cognitive abilities to perceive the world around them and more - these influences can be determined by the genetic code. Our reference papers provide you an insight on how genes influence your child’s development:
  • FAM43A is linked with your mathematical ability.
  • COMT is involved in cognitive function, memory and attention.
  • UGT8 is associated with music ability.
  • 5HTR2 is associated with sociability.
  • ROBO2 is linked with early language development.
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Nurture vs Nature Nature, refers to biological or hereditary information that affects child development and learning. Nature’s partner is Nurture, the environmental conditions that influence development. In 2015, after reviewing all the twin studies of the past 50 years where over 14 million twins from 39 countries were evaluated, a global team of scientists from US, Australia and Netherlands discovered that genes contribute 49% of individual difference in traits like diseases, cognition and social interactions, which is about the same as the influences of environment and lifestyle factors (51%). Original Research: Meta-analysis of the heritability of human traits based on fifty years of twin studies, Nature Genetics, 2015.