Smarter people are happier
Are smarter people more likely to be happy?
The BBC published an article with the following arguments:
People with lower intelligence are more likely to be unhappy than their lighter counterparts
Is this an accurate description of what we know about the relationship between happiness and intelligence?
At the individual level, there does not seem to be a correlation between intelligence and happiness, and on average, cognitive skills do not result in more or less happiness in two studies mentioned below.
- A 1998 meta-analysis of 19 studies by DeNeve & Cooper found no association between intelligence and happiness.
- A study by Ruut Veenhoven et al. In 2012, 23 studies in ten different countries and 15,827 respondents found no correlation between IQ and happiness for childhood IQ and happiness today or for current IQ and happiness.
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