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Video: The connection between cognitive ability and toxic behaviours

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Connection between intelligence and toxic behaviours

How does intelligence affect the likelihood that someone will engage in toxic behaviours at work?

Research shows that levels of violence seem to correlate inversely with cognitive ability, seen in both prisons, and across the world generally.

People with higher IQs also have the ability to self-manage better, and they also seem to end up with higher incomes on average.

Learn more about the relationship between intelligence and counterproductive behaviours.

The relationship between intelligence and counterproductive behaviours

Watch the video to understand how intelligence affects our tendency towards violence and other harmful behaviours, and why intelligent people can self-manage better and end up earning more, on average.

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