Through in-depth analysis of your raw DNA file, the genomic scientists at Genomlink can unlock your full genetic potential.
What do your genes say about your intelligence?
Of course – you don’t need full DNA analysis to know if you’re smart. However, intelligence is a nuanced, multifaceted trait. Your genes can influence your intellectual capabilities in numerous ways.
Here are a few capabilities that a human intelligence gene might influence:
How efficiently you can store information into long-term memory for instant retrieval
How effectively you can devise solutions to difficult challenges
Using indirect reasoning and creativity to develop effective solutions
How quickly and fluidly you can learn different languages
How accurately you can recognize your own feelings and the source of your emotions
How effectively you relate to others using verbal and non-verbal cues
How adept you are at manipulating physical objects and coordinating your physical movements
Here are a few traits linked to human intelligence genes:
Overall cognitive ability is influenced by both environmental and genetic factors. Learn what human intelligence genes can tell you about susceptibility to conditions like Alzheimer’s Disease here.
Did you know that there could be a genetic component to your academic progress? Learn what your genes might tell you about your educational achievements here.
If you are curious about your mathematical ability, your DNA might reveal your true potential! Learn about the genetic elements at play here.
Whether you are a master multitasker, or you prefer to focus on one task at a time, there might be a genetic explanation. Learn how your DNA might affect your ability to multitask here.
Working memory – also called short-term memory – is our capacity to learn and recall details quickly. Learn how your genes influence your working memory here.