Socioeconmics Can Hold Back Intelligence Potential
While we made a few attempts to contact the authors of this image for their story and experience, there was no reply. This post will be updated if they ever unearth our emails and want to share their story.
The infographic above was inspired by an article found at the Winnower, an open access journal platform. The article by Davide Piffer (“Estimating the genotypic intelligence of populations and assessing the impact of socioeconomic factors and migrations.,” n.d.), concerns what you’d expect an intelligence level to be of a community based on certain bits of their genetics. You can have brilliant people, genetically speaking, in every community, but if they are repressed socioeconomically, they have a chance of not reaching their full potential in their life and work.
ReferencesEstimating the genotypic intelligence of populations and assessing the impact of socioeconomic factors and migrations. (n.d.). Retrieved March 1, 2017, from https://thewinnower.com/papers/estimating-the-genotypic-intelligence-of-populations-and-assessing-the-impact-of-socioeconomic-factors-and-migrations