High-Aptitude Minds: The Neurological Roots of Genius: Scientific American

“Despite the quest to unravel the roots of high IQ, researchers say that people often overestimate the significance of intellectual ability [see “Coaching the Gifted Child,” by Christian Fischer]. Studies show that practice and perseverance contribute more to accomplishment than being smart does”…. <More>

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2 responses to “High-Aptitude Minds: The Neurological Roots of Genius: Scientific American

  1. Link ‘More’ is a dead end ! Proving your thesis ?

  2. 😉 fixed link. Thanks for the heads up!

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