IQ Predicted by the Brain’s Ability to Filter Visual Motion
A brief visual task can predict IQ, according to a new study.
This surprisingly simple exercise measures the brain’s unconscious ability to filter out visual movement. The study shows that individuals whose brains are better at automatically suppressing background motion perform better on standard measures of intelligence.
Nearly 7 years prior to Neil Armstrong’s first steps onto the lunar surface, LIFE magazine speculated on the nature of the...
Did this 2 years ago so my shading wasn’t as on point. referenced after this. Astronaut Anna Fisher.