Tuesday, August 09, 2011
Specific IQ genes still elusive, latest hunt finds
ALICIA CHANG and MALCOLM RITTER ― Associated Press

LOS ANGELES (AP)—Scientists who hunt for “intelligence genes” used to think there were fewer than half a dozen of them.

In recent years, they determined there may be at least 1,000 - each with just a tiny effect on the differences in people’s IQ. A study released Tuesday found new evidence that many genes play a role in intelligence, but scientists still couldn’t pinpoint the specific genes involved.

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