Dr. Ian Deary (listed under IQs Corner IQ Scholar section) is prolific scholar in the study of human intelligence, probably most well known for his constant stream of publications from the Scottish Mental Survey follow-up studies (The Edinburgh-based follow-up studies of the Scottish Mental Surveys of 1932 and 1947.). His findings have highlighted very interesting, and sometimes surprising, links between early intelligence and later adult behavior and outcomes. More information can be found at Wikipedia.
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