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Relationship between Eye Color and IQ Intelligence

15 June 2012 No Comment

The color of your eyes could decide your achievements in life, say scientists.

They declare those with blue eyes are more likely to sparkle academically than those with brown eyes. They are smarter and gain more qualifications because they study more effectively and perform superior in exams.

This discovery might help explain the success of such distinct individuals as Einstein, Car Sagan, Stephen Hawking,Bell, Tesla. InEstonia, 99% of people have blue eyes, Eiberg says. InDenmark30 years ago, only 8% of the population had brown eyes, though through immigration, today that number is about 11%. InGermany, about 75% have blue eyes.

But the researchers concluded that those with lighter eyes appeared to be superior strategic thinkers.

Blue-eyed boys and girls proved to be more successful in actions that required them to plan and structure their time, such as golf, cross-country running – and studying for exams.

In reaction time trials conducted byU.S.scientists, the brown-eyed performed better, making them more likely to be successful at activities such as football, hockey and rugby. Everyone has two genes for eye color, one from their father and one from their mother. Brown eyes are dominant, so even if someone has one blue and one brown-eye gene, he’ll still have brown eyes.

Information gathered from all test takers is analyzed and showed in graphical format in order to facilitate comparisons between groups.

The results are based on all those people participating in the test at IQ Test Labs. There is a minimum sample size for all the variables represented here.

Grey eyed people scored the highest with the remaining colors close behind.

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