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8 May 2008

A recent study found that higher IQ's in childhood are associated with an increased likelihood of being vegetarian as an adult.

* SOURCE:
 IQ in Childhood and Vegetarianism in Adulthood
 Study by Catharine R Gale, senior research fellow, Ian J Deary, professor of differential psychology, Ingrid Schoon, professor, G David Batty, Wellcome fellow

 1. Medical Research Council Epidemiology Resource Centre, University of Southampton, Southampton General Hospital, Southampton SO16 6YD,
 2. Department of Psychology, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh,
 3. Department of Psychology, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh and Medical Research Council Social, and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow, Glasgow,
 4. Department of Psychology, City University, London

* LEARN MORE:
  Vegetarianism: the choice of the 'more intelligent' child
  Words From the Wise
  Children's related articles from Christian Vegetarian Association
  Health related articles regarding children

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