Kleisner sought to discover if there was a relationship between perceived and measured intelligence. Kleisner discovered that “both men and women were able to accurately evaluate the intelligence of men by viewing facial photographs.” But strangely, “no relationship between perceived intelligence and IQ was found for women.” Why would this be?
is not the likeliest forum for a debate about dating.
But when the financial news site does broach the topic, it's probably the only place that discusses courtship in terms of "call options" and "unmet arbitrage opportunities." Here's how it all started.
My dad sat me down and said it’s more important for me to be smart and nice to people than it is to be pretty or popular.
He reiterated this statement the night before my first day of high school, and it’s a piece of advice I’ve carried with me since. I love the career I’m building and have a group of friends I trust and admire.
we all know that we 'Type A' working women love a good fight.