[infographic] The Relationship Between Childhood Intelligence and Adult Consumption


Your intelligence at 16 is a strong indicator of how much and how often you will drink throughout adulthood.


Over the last 55 years, in the U.S. and U.K., several studies have been conducted that show a direct relationship between childhood intelligence and adult alcohol consumption. Controlling for a huge plethora of factors, the study reveals that it is intelligence itself that influences alcohol consumption, not all the things that accompany intelligence.


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