IQ testing may be the easiest and most rude way to judge whether a person is smart or not. But according to the foreign website Bright Side, scientists have recently discovered that your series of behavioral habits and even physical features will expose IQ.
How many of the behavioral habits that scientists have summarized?
1. You prefer to spend time alone rather than with a noisy group of friends.
2. You learned how to read at an early age.
Scientists believe that reading can broaden the horizons of children and make them smarter. Of course, the types of reading should be rich and varied, not limited to a certain type of books.
3. Your height is above average
Studies have shown that children with higher heights will perform better in IQ tests, while older 3-year-olds will be smarter than their peers.
4. You used to attend a music school.
A study showed that children who have been in a music class for 9 months (such as keyboard or vocal music) will be smarter than other children and get a higher score in the IQ test.
5. You don’t suffer from obesity.
Body mass index (BMI) was also closely related to cognitive function. Scientists have found that overweight people IQ will be lower than ordinary people…
6. But you don’t really enjoy working out.
Scientists have found that people who like mental work are not as active, and those who do not have such high cognitive functions prefer exercise. High-intelligence people prefer activities that require patience and a lot of brain power, such as playing chess.
7. You’re overly sensitive to sounds.
For people with high intelligence, the buzz of the floor, the sound of eating potato chips, and even the heavy breathing sound will distract them. Scientists have found that geniuses who solve problems without going out of the ordinary are often unable to cope with the noise around them.
8. Your ring finger is longer than your index finger.
Scientists have observed that people with long ring fingers are better at solving math problems and have higher incomes, but language problems may be a challenge for them.
9. You often feel anxiety and are inclined to panic.
Psychologists have found that smart people tend to be more pessimistic when they make up some unpleasant situations in their brains. They are better able to cope with the potential difficulties in life, but they are living under constant pressure.