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Ann M. Clarke

Professor of Psychology at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire


For the majority of children reared in a wide range of humane environments, genetic influences, inferred from twin and adoption studies, show up as more important than do environmental effects in promoting differences [in intelligence].

1986 - from an article in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, No. 27