Does sub-European genomic ancestry predict outcomes for US states?

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Description: Abstract Estimates of sub-European ancestry among European Americans by US state was obtained from the personal genomics company 23andme. These were used to attempt to predict cognitive ability and socioeconomic performance. However, results indicated that they had no reliable predictive value in the present dataset. Key words: ancestry, admixture, European, White, United States, general socioeconomic factor, S-factor, NAEP, cognitive ability, intelligence, 23andme, LASSO regression


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