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What’s in your DNA?
About your 25,000 Genes. Your biological DNA (your hereditary material you have received from your parents) corresponds to 99% to others.Read more
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Our behaviour is what we see!
Our genes define our common basics!
Your DNA insights
DRD4 gene : Your Reward System
The DRD4 gene is often called the “buy gene”. The gene is responsible for sensitivity to new incentives or information. It works on the dopamine system. People who are sensitive to new incentives pick up signals faster and are quick to see opportunities. Their pitfall is that you start many things that you tend not to finish.
OXTR gene : Your Social System
COMT gene : Your Rational System
This gene determines the way in which you create public support within your social environment. In this case, the prefrontal cortex plays a major role. If you can keep your impulses and emotions under control, you are able to proactively prepare and plan on how to make your strategy a success. The disadvantage is that you will experience more stress if the world turns out differently from the reality that you imagined.
SERT gene : Your Emotional System
DRD2 gene : Your Routine System
This gene also affects your dopamine system and influences how much you are willing to let go of the existing. Some people are able to adjust their behavior very quickly because they don’t have a problem with forgoing their routines and habits. This means that they can switch quickly but sometimes give up too soon if a project requires more perseverance.