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/ BBC News UK child poverty in the spotlight Flynn effect Professor Hugh-Jones said that although the effect of the above findings was very small, it may have gradually expanded over many generations. "Are we going to get poorer, less healthy, less educated and less educated? I think it's possible, at least to some extent." However, he also said that environmental factors are moving in the other direction. In the long term, the world is getting richer, education is getting better and better, and medical advances are improving people's health. In addition, the Flynn effect also shows that people's IQ is getting higher and higher, from 1942 to 2008, the average IQ test score of British children increased by 14 points. Combining the results, he concluded,
"People want higher education and better health, but our research shows that natural selection is pushing in the opposite direction, potentially increasing the medical burden of modern society, but this is only It's a potential possibility, not an absolute one, and we need more research." This article is reprinted with permission from "BBC News Chinese" , the original text is published here [Join Key Comments Network Member] Every day, wonderful and good articles will be delivered directly to your mailbox, and you will enjoy exclusive weekly editorial selections, current affairs selections, art and literature weekly and other special electronic newspapers.