Wednesday, 15 June 2016

People with high IQs really DO see the world differently: Researchers find they process sensory information differently

People with high IQs really DO see the world differently: Researchers find they process sensory information differently

Experts found that a high IQ brain was better able to block out larger or more irrelevant images when focussing on a small moving object But surprisingly, when tested with larger objects, people with a high IQ were slower to see what was right in front of them Scientists say this explains why some brains are more efficient than others People with high IQ scores aren't just more intelligent - they also process sensory information differently, according to new study.

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