Genes may hold the key to a life of success, study suggests

Genes play a greater role in forming character traits – such as self-control, decision making or sociability – than was previously thought, new research suggests. A study of more than 800 sets of twins found that genetics were more influential in shaping key traits than a person’s home environment and surroundings. Psychologists at the University of Edinburgh who carried out the study, say that genetically influenced characteristics could well be the key to how successful a person is in life.
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