1. Scientists Uncover 'Another Genius' Trait: Empathy In a new study, scientists have found that people with higher levels of general intelligence, or “genius-level” intelligence, also have strong emotional empathy. The study, which was conducted by the University of Cambridge, suggests that the two traits are intertwined and that the capacity for empathy is an integral part of genius-level intelligence. The research team used data from a large-scale survey of more than 500,000 people in the US and the UK to measure the degree to which participants reported feeling empathy and how it correlated with their IQ scores. The results showed that those who scored higher on the IQ test were more likely to report feeling empathy. 2. What Makes a Genius? Experts Weigh In What makes someone a genius? It’s a question that has been pondered by experts for centuries. But according to a new study from researchers at the University of Cambridge, there is a particular combination of traits that can be found in those considered geniuses. The study found that geniuses tend to have higher levels of general intelligence, as well as strong emotional empathy and creativity. They also have a unique ability to take in and process information quickly,
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