Tuesday, January 27


According to Keith E. Stanovich, author of What Intelligence Tests Miss: The Psychology of Rational Thought, IQ tests
would be far more effective if they took into account not only mental "brightness" but also rationality — including such abilities as "judicious decision making, efficient behavioral regulation, sensible goal prioritization ... [and] the proper calibration of evidence."
But there's such a thing as too much rationality.

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