A New study says: People who have a hard time getting up in the morning have a higher IQ level than others


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Are you the kind of "night owls" who like to sleep late? Congratulations! Then you probably have a high IQ, according to a recent study published in Psychology Today.

Some people are night owls who have trouble getting up in the morning. And one thing that distinguishes these people from others is their high IQ. A Study of american adolescents shows that teens with high IQ stay up later than people with lower IQ. Therefore, they are more tired in the morning.

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Unlike other mammals, we humans ignore our biological clock and our nature. We can choose when and how we want to sleep. Want to go to bed late? Why not! And the results show that people with high IQs are going against the nature of the biological clock, while people with an average IQ listen to their biological clock.

What about you? Do you ignore it also?

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Satoshi Kanazawa, a psychologist from the School of Economics and Political Science in London, also supports this theory. He made a long research on the biological clock and intelligence who. And according to his claim, there is a clear connection between them.


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