Our genes shape our education level more than our upbringing

by The Insights

Your upbringing may have little influence on whether you graduate from university

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The environment children grow up in may have a much smaller impact than their genes on how long they stay in education. This is the conclusion of a study on twins, which suggests that almost all previous such research has overestimated the effects of children’s upbringing by failing to take into account two key sources of bias.

It has long been debated whether various aspects of our personalities and abilities are influenced more by our genes or our …

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