Studying for the LSAT makes you smarter, research suggests

, The National Law Journal

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Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley Department of Psychology and U.C.'s Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute have found that intensive LSAT study alters the brain, reinforcing circuits and helping bridge the gap between its right and left hemispheres.

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  • cshining

    Too bad it doesn't make you nicer or more honest...

  • HillRunner

    Then the LSAT study cannot be alone in raising IQ.

    Next questions are "By how much?" and "What other activities accomplish this?"

    Haven't psychologists and psychiatrists told us for decades that a given individual's IQ was cast in stone and not likely to change much from 15 to 50?

    How can we get shrinks to study for the LSAT?



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