My work seeking the mysterious correlation between AQ (i.e. how someone is popular in the society at large) and IQ (i.e. how someone is clever, smart and intelligent) is finally completed. The results I got may surprise some of you. Here is what I have found out:
People with AQ 7 are most likely to have IQ over 150. People with AQ 11 are most likely to have IQ 175. People with AQ 16 usually have IQ in the range of 140-160, which is exactly the same range, which is the most common among people with AQ 17, however with AQ 17 about half of the people have IQ well over 150, just like all of the people with AQ 21 (the transition to the higher half of 140-160 range must be somewhere around AQ 18.5) and this trend continues up to the point of AQ 27. Then, over AQ 27 strange things happen. The AQ 28 is a usual value of former Mensa members, i.e. those people, who once used to have high IQ, which suddenly dropped below the acceptable level. Half of the people with AQ 28 however have IQ around 140 which is still acceptable in Mensa, however one would suspect a slow but noticable decreasing of IQ at this point. People with AQ 31 have IQ 179, but people with AQ 36 have strangely IQ only 170, and for AQ 39 the most common IQ semms to be 148. This is very interesting indeed. The optimal AQ seems to be exactly 31, which is the highest score one could get without being autistic. Any comments?