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People with better memories may have better romantic relationships, study suggests

Scientific American | 
Common topics of marital disagreement are money, sex and time spent together. None of this will surprise anyone who has ...

Are dogs really all that smart? This study says ‘no’

Scientific American | 
If you are convinced your dog is a genius, you may be disappointed in the conclusions of a study just published ...
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High IQ correlates with success—but also mood disorders, anxiety and autism

Scientific American | 
There’s some bad news for people in the right tail of the IQ bell curve. In a study just published in the ...

22 genes linked to increased intelligence

Scientific American | 
Genome-wide association studies—GWAS, for short, […] search for differences in people’s genetic makeup—their “genotypes”—that correlate with differences in their observable ...
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Are genetics blocking some from achieving American dream?

Scientific American | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Nearly a century after ...
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