The Genius in All of Us
David Shenk argues that our genes play a smaller role in shaping how smart we are than was previously believed. He says that our upbringing and the opportunities we have - or don’t have - play a more significant role than the genes we are born with in determining how successful we are. Mr. Shenk spoke at the New York Public Library. close
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