A genetic analysis of people with extremely high intelligence shows small, yet important genetic differences between the super smart and the general population.
A new study links the consumption of lutein, a pigment found in leafy greens, to crystallized intelligence in older adults.
A new study reveals an increased risk of psychological and physiological disorders in high IQ people compared to national averages. Researchers report 20% of Mensa members, with an IQ of 130 and over, have a diagnosed anxiety disorder, compared to 10% of the general public.
Facial impressions are shaped by both our perception of the face's specific features and out beliefs about personality, researchers report.
According to a new study, girls with autism display less repetitive behaviors than boys. Additionally, researchers have discovered differences in brain structures between boys and girls with autism which may help explain this discrepancy.
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Scientists have estimated for the first time the extent to which genes determine changes in intelligence across the human life...
A new study addresses whether religiousity is associated with lower intelligence. Researchers report religious people appear to be predisposed to rely more heavily on intuition when it comes to decision making, over reasoning. They conclude cognitive training could allow religious minded people to maintain their believes without over relying on intuition when making decisions.