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Intelligence – what does it really mean?
New research funded by the Wellcome Trust suggests that IQ scores in teenagers can dramatically change in conjunction with changes that occur in the brain.
According to new research, intelligence tests are as much a measure of motivation as they are of mental ability.
Low IQ scores in early adulthood are associated with an increased risk of attempted suicide in men, according to new research funded by the Wellcome Trust.
NEW YORK, March 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Capital IQ, a Standard & Poor's business and a leading provider of comprehensive fundamental and quantitative research and analysis solutions, announced today that it is expanding its presence in continental Europe with the opening of an office in Milan, Italy.
Higher IQ is linked to more calculated risk taking and wiser economic choices, University of Minnesota researchers said. The study, to be published online in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, found those with better cognitive skills, in particular higher IQ, were more willing to take calculated risks, to save their money and to make more consistent choices.
PHOENIX, May 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The success of iQ Academy Arizona's online high school has prompted an expansion of the curriculum to include a complete middle school program for students in grades six through eight.
Smarter children may enjoy longer lives, the results of a new study suggest. The study, which followed elderly adults deemed gifted by childhood IQ tests, found that the higher their early IQs were, the longer they lived -- up to a point, at least.
By Amy Norton NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Smarter children may enjoy longer lives, the results of a new study suggest. The study, which followed elderly adults deemed gifted by childhood IQ tests, found that the higher their early IQs were, the longer they lived -- up to a point, at least.
A paper showing a strong genetic contribution to patriotism and in-group loyalty was published in the October issue of Nations and Nationalism, 11, 489-507, entitled "Ethnic nationalism, evolutionary psychology, and genetic similarity theory."
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