posted on Feb, 26 2007 @ 12:07 AM
Take note that these results are from 1981.
I was looking through the list and was like, wait, Chechoslovakia doesn't exist
The test starts with people that are aged 16. So this is 26 years later, and those 16 year olds are 42, and everyone else even older.
Do we see any results that come from have nearly 30 years of time for those high IQs to be active in the country (or really, the city being
Has the city of Amsterdam, for example, seen any benefit from having 30 years worth of high IQ people living in it, compared to Paris?
Also, it appears that the test is set up so that the american average is 100, its all standardized around the average for america, which is given a
value of 100. So from Madrid and up, you have higher average iqs than for the US.
As far as Asia:
On average, children from Asian countries get about a 107 IQ relative to American norms.
Which puts them between Stockholm and Warsaw.
[edit on 26-2-2007 by Nygdan]