
Teacher mathematics at 7

Teacher mathematics at 9

Teacher mathematics at 12

Web mathematics at 12



Cor

N

Cor

N

Cor

N

Cor

N


rs11225308

0.019

3869

0.058**

1713

0.012

2213

0.025

3115

rs363449

0.016

3885

0.062**

1703

0.001

2223

0.018

3123

rs17278234

0.028*

3891

0.054*

1708

0.031

2227

0.007

3132

10SNP set

0.046**

3348

0.096**

1480

0.025

1922

0.036*

2691

43SNP set

0.046**

3357

0.090**

1483

0.052*

1927

0.060**

2695

r
_{
p
}

0.594**

1979

0.633**

1632

0.566**

916

0.636**

1690

 Association was assessed with rs11225308, rs363449, rs17278234, and the 10 and 43SNP sets previously associated with mathematics at age 10. Associations are presented as correlations between the quantitative traits and additive genotypic values (as 0, 1, and 2 'increasing' alleles) for SNPs and additive SNP scores for SNP sets. Teacher mathematics at 7 = NCbased teacherratings of mathematical ability at age 7; Teacher mathematics at 9 = NCbased teacherratings of mathematical ability at age p; Web mathematics at 12 = performance on webadministered tests of mathematical ability at age 12; Teacher mathematics at 12 = NCbased teacherratings of mathematical ability at age 12; Cor = Pearson product moment correlations (pvalues in italics); N = size of sample analysed; r_{
p
}= phenotypic correlation with mathematic composite score at age 10. Onetailed pvalues were generated for all SNPassociations. * = nominally significant associations (p < 0.05). ** = associations withstanding Bonferroni testing for the five (three individual SNP and two SNPset) association tests conducted simultaneously for each measure (p < 0.01).