What is intelligence? Have you ever wondered whether you were smarter than average? It turns out that a few of your behaviors might give you some answers! In this video, we’ll be exploring some of the signs you’re actually smarter than most people.
We also made a video on the different types of intelligence: https://youtu.be/q_bU9x36FAQ
Disclaimer: Intelligence is neither concrete nor set in stone. It is measured in a bunch of different ways, all of which are equally valuable. The signs in this video are scientifically suggested to either boost intelligence or indicate higher intelligence in a way in which it is commonly measured. If you don’t relate to many of these signs, please do not feel like you are not smart or are incapable. Each and every one of you is smart in your own ways, and that’s what makes us all unique and human.
With that said, here are 5 signs you may be smarter than most people.
Original article – https://psych2go.net/6-signs-youre-smarter-than-most-people/
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