Rationality and Intelligence

Source: NYTimes, Sep 2016

irrationality — or what Professor Stanovich called “dysrationalia” — correlates relatively weakly with I.Q.

A person with a high I.Q. is about as likely to suffer from dysrationalia as a person with a low I.Q. In a 2008 study, Professor Stanovich and colleagues gave subjects the Linda problem and found that those with a high I.Q. were, if anything, more prone to the conjunction fallacy.

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