Fame, in the context of psychology, refers to the state of being widely recognized, celebrated, or renowned by a large number of people. It is a concept deeply rooted in human social behavior and the desire for recognition and acknowledgment. This article explores the psychological aspects of fame, providing examples, discussing risks and applications, offering recommendations, and addressing potential treatments and healing methods. Additionally, it briefly delves into the historical and legal perspectives of fame.
Familial studies of intelligence is defined as studies in which some measure or measures of intelligence among people of a known genetic relationship are correlated; the extent to which performance varies as a function of genetic similarity is used as an indication of the heritability of that measure. Please see also Heritability.