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AptiQuant Browser/IQ Study Was Likely a Hoax 185

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the or-maybe-it-just-fooled-the-dumb-people dept.
A steady stream of people have submitted notes this morning saying that the story we (and the entire internet, and even NPR's Marketplace) mentioned recently talking about browser platform correlating with IQ looks like a hoax. Of course, if you read the Slashdot discussion, you probably would have known this already, but now everyone knows. The company responsible for the survey, AptiQuant, looks to not be real.
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