Researchers report ravens share some human ability to think abstractly about other ravens, and adapt their behavior by attributing their own perceptions to others.
Researchers identify two gene clusters in the brain linked to human intelligence.
Prenatal caffeine consumption does not reduce IQ or increase behavioral problems in the offspring, 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.
Researchers look at the impact of bilingualism on information processing.
Higher performance on intelligence tests as a child could is linked to a higher risk for developing bipolar disorder as an adult, a new study reports.
Researchers report the adult IQ of preterm and low birth weight babies can be predicted by the age of two, but for full term babies, IQ can not be predicted until they are six.
A genetic analysis of people with extremely high intelligence shows small, yet important genetic differences between the super smart and the general population.