Were you annoyed as a kid, when your parents told you to clean your room, sent you to bed early and scolded you for cursing? Studies suggest, that it can be linked to an increase of your IQ.
The result showed that people who could name the most swear words within a minute also tend to score higher on an IQ test. Scientific research has linked night owls with higher IQ scores for quite some time now.
The study concludes that a rich vocabulary of swear words is a sign of rhetorical strength rather than the attempt to hide verbal deficits. President Obama, Charles Darwin, Winston Churchill, Keith Richards and Elvis Presley are all famous for nocturnal activities.
If you tend to go to sleep rather late, you're definitely in good company.
A study by the University of Minnesota suggests, that the messy desk of geniuses is actually linked to their intelligence.
If you don't spend much time cleaning and organizing everything around you, your mind is obviously occupied with more important stuff.
Psychological scientist Kathleen Vohs says: “Disorderly environments seem to inspire breaking free of tradition, which can produce fresh insights.In this quote, the philosopher Aristotle perfectly sums up a concept that has become a hot topic in psychology, education, and business – emotional intelligence.Emotionally intelligent people engage in a number of habits and behaviors that contribute to their ability to manage their own emotions and understand the feelings of others.Do you know anyone who is keenly attuned to his or her own feelings, capable expressing emotions in an appropriate way, as well as empathetic and understanding of how others are feeling?That person is probably a very emotionally intelligent individual.Emotional intelligence involves four major skills: Check out these key things that emotionally intelligent people do so that you can try to make some of these a habit in your own day-to-day life.