Intelligence and the X chromosome

@article{Turner1996IntelligenceAT,
  title={Intelligence and the X chromosome},
  author={Gillian Turner},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1996},
  volume={347},
  pages={1814-1815}
}
T-shirts that read: "Xq28-Thanks for the genes, Mom!" were produced in the homosexual community in San Francisco when linkage studies first suggested that the gay gene might be at that location. A T-shirt with a wider application might be one that gives thanks to mothers from their children for her X chromosomes for their major contribution to their intelligence. Intelligence has been defined "as the ability to deal adaptively with the changing environment, to benefit from past experience, to… CONTINUE READING
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