Another study, this time at Ohio’s Lakehead University, came to the same conclusion. When they gave people verbal intelligence tests, the worriers walked it. “There are fewer costs associated with worrying about a threatening event that does not occur than failing to anticipate,” their paper snappily concluded. (It all seems to be about evolution and survival with these researchers.) But basically, if you’re naturally anxious then you may also be naturally intelligent. Sound familiar?
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