Can you actually learn to be more intelligent, or is it something that is genetically hardwired? Have you ever wondered if you could become smarter?
What is intelligence? Intelligence has traditionally been considered as a one-dimensional, unchanging idea. From a cognitive point of view, intelligence has been measured by an IQ, where one’s “intelligence” was a number that determined your future.
Fortunately, as a result of scientific research, today we know that some people have a number of different skills, both innate and learned. In general, and without going into depth about different constructive theories, we could define intelligence as the ability to adapt and resolve problems.
Neuropsychologist Cristina Martinez de Toda provides us with 10 scientifically proven ways to improve our brain and become more intelligent.
1. Have a hungry mind
Have you ever wondered if you could be smarter? Great! Thinking about being smarter is the first step to getting on your way. Be inquisitive and make an effort to learn new things. If you’ve ever wondered how something works, look it up! You’ll be surprised at how much you can learn.