Genetics as it applies to evolution, molecular biology, and medical aspects.
There has actually been a gene discovered that might detremine your I.Q.
However, I don't think that there is a gene that says 'this kid will be good at music'.
Maybe it's not the actual talent that is inherited, maybe it's the requirements, such as good hearing to be able to play an instrument well?
I don't think the environment plays such an important role. If a person has a passion for something, then they'll make the best of whatever resources they have.
Of course talent can be inherited but it has no relation with intelligence.... which is one's own and unique ability or capacity..Though people around a kid say that he is a master at drawing and has inherited it from his dad or mom.. it solely depends on the practice taken by the kid... and one thing... as a child of five years.. he cannot become a master jus by drawing a stroke on a sheet of paper...he certainly needs practice and the environment which encourages him
so which one?
Cis or trans? That's what matters.
"Is talent inherited?" - Absolutely.
1. Talent by definition is an aptitude for something. Presence of talent does NOT guarantee its use. Thus, while I have a talent for math (I understand new concepts of it almost as if I already knew them) I prefer studying biology and my math practical abilities are about average and way underdeveloped. I inherited my talent form my father, who does not use it either (he knows less math than I do).
2. Intelligence has nothing to do with the talent. Please, look up definitions.
That is absolute nonsense. Since I.Q. is a made up concept, it’s like saying that you discovered a gene that determines what you made up…
I.Q. is subjective, superficial, and culture specific; so how can it possibly be determined by any gene (considering I.Q. exists only in our imagination)?
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