The plateauing of cognitive ability among top earners

People with higher incomes also score higher on IQ-tests—up to a point. At high incomes the relationship plateaus and the top 1% score even slightly lower on the test than those whose incomes rank right below them. This suggests that one cannot infer high intelligence from high income, shows a new study from Linköping University published in the European Sociological Review.

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