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Wednesday, November 16, 2011


An article published in the "Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health," which followed during 10 years to 8,000 people suggests that intelligent people are more likely to use illicit drugs (cannabis and others). In addition, more intelligent children (110 points and more on the IQ test), use drugs more frequently than teenagers. Home education, economic status or stress does not influence this predisposition, but sex and certain personal characteristics, yes. If someone has at 5-year old a high IQ, is 50% more likely to use ecstasy or amphetamines. It is argued that the reason for this propensity on the part of intelligent children is their natural tendency to seek new personal experiences.

DROGAS   e    IQ

Un artículo publicado en el “Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health", que siguió durante 10 años a 8,000 personas sugiere que las personas inteligentes son mas propensas a consumir drogas ilegales (cannabis y otras). Asimismo, que los niños mas inteligentes (110 puntos y mas en el test IQ), consumen drogas mas frecuentemente que los adolescentes. La educación casera, el status económico o el estress no influyen en esta predisposición, pero si el sexo y ciertas características personales. Si alguien a los 5 años tiene un IQ alto, tendrá un 50% mas de probabilidades de consumir éctasis o anfetaminas. Se arguye que la razón para esta propensión de parte de niños inteligentes es su tendencia natural a buscar nuevas experiencias personales.



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