Dr Sonja Falck discusses IQ discrimination on BBC radio

Palamedes PR client, academic Dr Sonja Falck speaks to Robert Elms on BBC Radio London.

Academic Dr Sonja Falck, a client of book PR agency Palamedes, has been interviewed on radio about IQ discrimination.

Dr Falck, a senior lecturer in psychology at the University of East London and a psychotherapist who specialises in high-ability adults, spoke with presenter Robert Elms on BBC Radio London.

She was invited on to the show after publishing her new book, Extreme Intelligence, which was based on eight years of research and which provides a sweeping study of discrimination against those with especially high IQs.

BBC Radio London presenter Robert Elms spoke with Dr Sonja Falck, author of Extreme Intelligence (Routledge), about how those with the highest IQs are routinely discriminated against in society.
Dr Sonja Falck, of the University of East London, spent eight years researching how the UK's high IQ community is discriminated against.

During the live discussion, Dr Falck explained about various forms of discrimination that the UK’s high IQ community – those with a ‘gifted ’ IQ score of 132 or over – face in society. 

These include state schools fialing to provide special needs education to the brightest school children, catering to their increased abilities. 

You can hear the full interview on the BBC Sounds website for the next 30 days, from 34:35.

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