IQ Scores and choice of browsers

This may be of interest for those that like to feel part of the “smart group” (it’s from Mashable.com). It is clearly a bogus story because an “average” IQ of 80 (or 120) in a large group would be impossibly low (or high). If you believe it though, it’s best to note that changing from … Continue reading IQ Scores and choice of browsers

Intelligence, education and mortality It wouldn’t surprise many people to be told that poorer people are less healthy than their richer counterparts. It might surprise you to know that basic intelligence at adolescence, before adjusting for later education, produces a strong and significant trend. The higher the IQ, the lower the mortality, as if higher … Continue reading