Jayman’s five laws of behavioral genetics bear repeating to normies:
- All human behavioral traits are heritable
- The effect of being raised in the same family is smaller than the effect of the genes.
- A substantial portion of the variation in complex human behavioral traits is not accounted for by the effects of genes or families.
- A typical human behavioral trait is associated with very many genetic variants, each of which accounts for a very small percentage of the behavioral variability.
- All phenotypic relationships are to some degree genetically mediated or confounded.