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Intelligence and Religious and Political Differences Among Members of the U.S. Academic Elite

@inproceedings{Dutton2014IntelligenceAR,
  title={Intelligence and Religious and Political Differences Among Members of the U.S. Academic Elite},
  author={E. Dutton},
  year={2014}
}
Many studies have found inverse correlations between intelligence and religiosity, intelligence and political conservatism, and intelligence and political extremism. Other studies have found that academics tend to be significantly less religious and more liberal than the general population. In this article, we argue that interdisciplinary differences in religiosity and political perspective among academics are predicted by interdisciplinary differences in intelligence between academics. Once… Expand
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