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People tend to over-estimate their spouse’s intelligence (as well as their own).
Give an orangutan a banana and you’ll feed him for a day. Give him a stick and he’ll poke bananas for a lifetime.
Paradoxically, that wouldn’t make you smarter.
A high IQ is a nice head start — but it’s far from telling the whole story.
We used to believe this is a human-only perk.
Bird-brain? Hardly an insult.
“Our test, available for free, levels the playing field for a vast number of researchers interested in using it,” the authors write.
Results are intriguing, but psychologists are faced with a weird problem.
Intelligent people tend to live longer but are more vulnerable to autism and depression.
Glasses can drastically change a person’s appearance.
Intelligence positively correlates with good leadership — but only up to a point.
They’ve outsmarted all primates, and even four-year-old children.
What shall we do with this information?
Researchers have shown that Asian elephants are even smarter than we thought.
The 21st century biggest musical prodigy might turn out to be a machine.
Researchers have trained bumblebees to score goals using a mini-ball.
Not a good sign for a race hoping to colonize space.