Tagged: Intelligence quotient

I’m Certain That I Can Certainly be Wrong or Confidence and Memory, Is one a Good Measure of the Other? - Skepticon

Darcy Cowan Mar 05, 2010

A man is the sum of his memories, you know, a Time Lord even more so. The Doctor, in “The Five Doctors” We all know that our memories can’t always be trusted, time and life tends to erode the confidence we have in our memories. At least that is the case for normal memories. We [...] … Read More

Intelligence, Monogamy and Journalistic Licence - Skepticon

Darcy Cowan Mar 02, 2010

Last week news came out about a study linking intelligence with liberal attitudes and atheistic beliefs, oh and in men an increased tendency for monogamy. Today I read the NZ Herald‘s short take on the study, a semi-chauvinistic piece pointing out how we evolved intelligent men can think our way to monogamy while those sexually [...] … Read More