Molecular Psychiatry

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Predicting educational achievement from DNA

S Selzam, E Krapohl, S von Stumm, P F O'Reilly, K Rimfeld, Y Kovas, P S Dale, J J Lee and R Plomin

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Figure 1.

Variance explained (R2) and standard error of EduYears GPS predicting: EA 7=educational achievement age 7; EA 12=educational achievement age 12; EA 16=educational achievement age 16; g=general cognitive ability; SES=family socioeconomic status; in this analysis and all subsequent analyses, the unique ‘best-fit’ GPS was used for each respective trait; see the Materials and methods section for details. GPS, genome-wide polygenic score.

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Standardized means and standard errors for educational achievement at age 7, 12 and 16 by genome-wide polygenic score (GPS) septile. EduYears GPS was rescored as septiles (1=lowest, 7=highest).

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(a) Standardized educational achievement mean scores at age 16 by EduYears GPS and family SES for individuals scoring in the highest and lowest 20% of the distribution of EduYears GPS. There was no evidence for an interaction effect (F(1,605)=1.29, P=0.18); (b) general cognitive ability mean scores by EduYears GPS and family SES for individuals scoring in the highest and lowest 20% of the distribution of EduYears GPS. No interaction effect was found (F(1,327)=1.06, P=0.30). GPS, genome-wide polygenic score; SES, socioeconomic status.

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