An interesting research: we inherit our intelligence from our mothers not fathers 11/8/2016 • vicki
As it turned out, some scientists believe we now owe our intelligence (or lack of it) only to our mothers. Let's find out more about this recent research together.
Of course, a lot of things affect the development of our intelligence. Environmental factors, social interaction, culture, financial circumstances... Hereditary factors matter too. Have you ever heard this phrase,"Our child inherited your beauty and my brains"? A team of researchers suggest high IQ's are probably coming from our mothers only.
What do you think of such a theory? Do you believe hereditary factors really matter? Share your opinion with us in the comments!
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