For both sexes, IQ at age 10 predicts later financial well-being better than self-esteem, locus of control, or parental social status (N = 4,790) (Figure shows SEM model for female participants, but very similar β values for males; see p. 4.)
IQ (age 10) predicts (β=.29) wealth (age 34) better than parent SES (.20), locus control (.16), and self-esteem(.05)
For both sexes, IQ at age 10 predicts later financial well-being better than self-esteem, locus of control, or parental social status (N = 4,790) (Figure shows SEM model for female participants, but very similar β values for males; see p. 4.)