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People with high IQ scores see differently

A visual test showed that the brains of people with high IQ scores process sensory information differently. The brains of these people are automatically more selective and are more likely to suppress larger background motion. they therefore excel at seeing small, moving objects but struggle in perceiving large, background-like motions. This skill could be practical in a world filled with more information than we can absorb.