Intelligence and memes are signs of intelligent behavior, a new study says.
The study was published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.
It was sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.
The scientists found that when a person’s cognitive ability was measured, it was linked to how often they said certain phrases in a speech.
The researchers found that a person who scored higher on intelligence was more likely to say these phrases when speaking to a group.
People with low intelligence were more likely not to say the phrases in the speech, and people with high intelligence were less likely to use them.
The researchers also found that intelligence was linked with the amount of information that a participant had to remember.
For example, someone who scored high on intelligence remembered fewer words than someone who did not.
“People who scored very high on intellect were better at memorizing information,” says coauthor Michael Durbin, an associate professor of psychology at the University of Maryland.
“They could remember more words than their low-intelligence counterparts, and they were able to remember those words more frequently than people with low intellect.”
A high intelligence score can mean a lot in terms of social status, status as a professional or as a leader, and so on, says Durbins.
But a person can also score low on intelligence simply because they are less capable of understanding other people’s words, he says.
For example, if someone scored low on IQ and spoke fluently, it would be hard to understand what they were saying, Durbiner says.
So how does intelligence predict social status?
The answer, according to Durbines, is that it depends on your level of intelligence.
You may be a high intelligence person and not think about the social value of your social status or how people will judge your intelligence.
For someone who has low intelligence, it is harder to imagine how someone who is high on IQ would be perceived as an expert.