Childhood intelligence is heritable, highly polygenic and associated with FNBP1L

Wellcome Trust Case Control Consortium 2 (WTCCC2), B Benyamin, Bst Pourcain, O S Davis, Gail Davies, N K Hansell, M-Ja Brion, R M Kirkpatrick, R A M Cents, S Franić, M B Miller, C M A Haworth, E Meaburn, T S Price, D M Evans, N Timpson, J Kemp, S Ring, W McArdle, S E MedlandJ Yang, S E Harris, D C Liewald, P Scheet, X Xiao, J J Hudziak, E J C de Geus, V W V Jaddoe, J M Starr, F C Verhulst, C Pennell, H Tiemeier, W G Iacono, L J Palmer, G W Montgomery, N G Martin, D I Boomsma, D Posthuma, M McGue, M J Wright, G Davey Smith, I J Deary, R Plomin, P M Visscher

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