Scientists have always believed that the one thing that couldn't improve was intelligence.
But now science journalist Dan Hurley investigates the new field of 'intelligence training', showing that intelligence can be flexible and trainable.
With vivid stories of lives transformed, insight into the latest groundbreaking scientific discoveries and narrating his experiences as a human guinea pig, Hurley delivers practical findings for people of every age and ability.
Dan Hurley is an award-winning science journalist whose 2012 feature in The New York Times Magazine, "Can You Make Yourself Smarter?", was among the magazine's top-10 most-emailed articles of the year. Dan has also written on the subject of increasing intelligence for the Washington Post and Neurology Today. Over the past 20 years he has written hundreds of science articles for publications ranging from Wired and Men's Health to Psychology Today. Smarter is his fourth book. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and two children, where he has a secret identity as the 60-Second Novelist, writing people's life stories in under a minute.
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