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comment Is there some genetic variance underlying music appreciation?
Interesting study, thank you! It is worth noting that probably these two traits (creativity and aptitude) may be highly correlated with IQ.
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comment Is there some genetic variance underlying music appreciation?
Yes, it looks much better to me! Well.. I personally have no idea! The only think I can say is that such studies in humans are likely to be biased due to the culture and assortative mating.
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comment Is there some genetic variance underlying music appreciation?
I wouldn't vote to close but I think your question deserves a little editing. Is there some genetic variance underlying music appreciation? Not gene variance. Is there any research done on the gene responsible for Music appreciation? This assumes there is only one gene. I'd suggest to stick to the formulation using genetic variance. I consider it is a detail but that might be important to you given that someone voted to close! What do you mean If not, is there any reason its impossible to predict? Does it mean If not, why is there no genetic variance for this trait??
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