Every person has the inherent ability to perform certain activities. At school, some are primes in mathematics, another in history. The same situation is in sports, the thrower probably won’t beat a record in ski jumping. A big part of these predispositions is genetically determined, and their cognition allows for prioritisation in science or the selection of practised sport in such a way that it is matched to the needs and abilities of our body.
Mathematics is a fundamental subject in modern society. It plays an important role in many fields of science, engineering and economics. Exceptional mathematical abilities have often been observed among geniuses in many fields, not just science subjects. Mathematics-related disorder is a discalkulia characterized by problems with the processing of numbers. This is a specific developmental disorder of mathematical abilities that affects 3-6% of children. Mathematical skill is a complex feature that includes neurological and cognitive development, as well as education and training. In recent times, it has been attributed an increasing role in the development of mathematical abilities among children genetic factors.
The statistics of primary school children showed that more than half of the six-year-olds demonstrated mathematical talents, and as many as 25% are eminent gifted. Over the following years, this number drops to 8 -12%. This can be caused by problems in diagnosing and recognizing the child's outstanding mathematical abilities. It is difficult to determine at first glance, especially in children aged 5-6 years. Proper diagnosis of a child's congenital predisposition allows it to be directed towards developing its own capacities and thus prevents a very common phenomenon Their loss. Numerous psychological studies emphasize that, in order to develop their own abilities, they should be conscious, hence the important role of testing and observation of children in terms of their natural talents and predispositions.
Genetic conditionality is reflected in the case of mathematical abilities. Research suggests that the SPOCK1 gene is related to the development of above-average mathematical skills. It is responsible for the emergence of new nerve cells and the growth of nerve fibers. Researchers analysing the results of children linked specific changes in the SPOCK1 gene with an increase in the likelihood of a child having above-average mathematical abilities.
The study is especially recommended for children of the youngest age, as it may give directions for further education in accordance with the predisversion.
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