Neural Efficiency Hypothesis Confirmed

One of the big questions intelligence researchers grapple with is just how differences in intelligence are reflected in the human brain. Researchers at ETH Zurich have succeeded in studying further details relating to suspected functional differences in the brains of intelligent people. The brains of more intelligent people are capable of solving tasks more efficiently, which is why these people have superior cognitive faculties.

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