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A study published earlier this week linking dozens of genetic loci to income has drawn criticism from researchers on Twitter.

The study, which was published in Nature Communications Monday, drew on UK Biobank data to conduct a genome-wide association study of income. The researchers, led by the University of Edinburgh's Ian Deary, tied about 150 genetic loci to income, including loci that had previously been linked to intelligence.

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