It doesn't take a genius to become a rocket scientist or a brain surgeon according to a recent study.
aren't necessarily more clever than the general public, according to a study.
Researchers asked 329 aerospace engineers and 72 neurosurgeons to complete a series of tasks to test their cognition.
The results, published in the British Medical Journal, show few differences with members of the British public.
"It is possible that both neurosurgeons and aerospace engineers are unnecessarily placed on a pedestal," the study commented.
Rocket scientists and brain surgeons aren't necessarily more clever - study - BBC News
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