Parental education accounts for variability in the IQs of probands with Down syndrome: A longitudinal study.

Abstract

Recent work has demonstrated that variability in probands' phenotypes, including physical features, cognitive abilities, social functioning, and other developmental domains, is influenced by parental traits. Here we examine the role of parental education as a factor contributing to the variability of intelligence quotient (IQ) of offspring with trisomy 21… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ajmg.a.38519

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