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Journal of the Acoustical Society of America: “Absolute pitch is associated with a large auditory digit span: A clue to its genesis.”
Frontiers in Neuroscience: “Music Proficiency and Quantification of Absolute Pitch: A Large-Scale Study among Brazilian Musicians.”
Harvard Medical School Division of Sleep Medicine: “The Characteristics of Sleep,” “Individual Variation and the Genetics of Sleep.”
Nature Genetics: “A SNP in the ABCC11 gene is the determinant of human earwax type.”
Scientific Reports: “A genome-wide association study on photic sneeze reflex in the Chinese population.”
University of California, San Francisco: “Genetically Set For Perfect Pitch You Might Be, But Without Early Training Don't Expect To Discern C.”
University of Utah Genetic Science Learning Center: “The Time of Our Lives.”
Society for Science & the Public: “What your earwax says about your ancestry.”
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences: “Functional anatomy of musical processing in listeners with absolute pitch and relative pitch.”
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Nature: “Gene variants linked to success at school prove divisive.”
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Columbia University Medical Center: “Study Discovers Link Between Celiac Disease Risk and a Noncoding RNA.”
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