Psychologist RICHARD NISBETT on intelligence, environment and genetics

    In his new book, “Intelligence and How to Get It,” social psychologist RICHARD NISBETT argues that environmental factors, specifically formal education, can improve measurable intelligence. His work goes against the theory much of intelligence can be attributed to genetics. Listen to the mp3

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