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Intelligent of just clever?

Sergey Stepanov, an author of books on IQ

1958 - Born in Moscow
1981 - Graduates, Moscow State University
1984 - Scientific editor, Big Russian Encyclopedia publication
1999 - Head, theory and history of psychology department, School Psychologist weekly
1999 - Joins Moscow City Psychology and Pedagogical University
2002 - Assistant professor, Pedagogical Psychology department, Moscow City Psychology and Pedagogical University

The scientists still don’t know exactly what human intelligence is, but they know very well how to measure it. This measurement is called an Intelligence Quotient or IQ, and is based on several different standardized tests. How much do these tests tell about a person? Does a high IQ help a person to succeed? We’ll be talking about it with Sergey Stepanov, an author of books on IQ.