August 5, 2012

Genius is All Around Us

Scott Barry Kaufman believes that we're not doing a good job of measuring intelligence.

Cat Wolinski

Some people think you have to be crazy to be brilliant. Some think you have to be an academic superstar, or a child prodigy. Scott Barry Kaufman isn’t one of them.

Kaufman has always been fascinated with why and how peoples’ minds differ from one another. Currently a professor of psychology at NYU, co-founder of the Creativity Post and blogger for Psychology Today, his thinking about education and intelligence was shaped at an early age.

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