Is it possible to increase our intelligence?

Last week I discussed findings that certain mental abilities can improve or decline with age. Is it possible that intelligence can change as well? For all of you who agree and want to be able to increase your intelligence, there is very promising evidence in the “Flynn Effect.” James Flynn recently found that I.Q. Scores have been increasing by three points per decade in many countries, indicating that intelligence can increase over just one generation or even in one’s lifetime given favorable environmental conditions. Improvements in working memory may be a large contributor to these improvements.

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For more information on the “Flynn Effect,” see: And:

Now do you believe it’s possible to increase your intelligence?


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One Response to Is it possible to increase our intelligence?

  1. Franz says:

    Indeed it is possible to increase anyone’s intelligence; nice post, maybe someone wants to have a look at our article series on the subject where we shed light on a few more intelligence enhancement mechanisms?

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