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Attitudes About Learning May Affect Your Memory
A series of experiments by Columbia researchers show that people who believe that intelligence can be acquired through dedication and hard work have better memories than people who think smart people are just born that way. According to Columbia psychology...
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Brains Don't Equal Money
Being a genius is little guarantee of financial success, and being a little behind the curve doesn't mean you're destined to burger-flipping wages, shows a longitudinal survey on intelligence and wealth. In fact, there's no notable gap in wealth between pe...
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Study Suggests Smart Kids Grow Up To Be Liberal
Children who show innate intelligence tend to hold liberal social beliefs as adults, suggests British research.
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Teens May Experience Big Changes In IQ
Study shows teen IQs can jump -- for better or worse.
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