You would think it might. Intelligence afterall implies the ability to reason things out accurately, to make correct inferences about people and situations, and to exercise good judgement. OTOH, a very intelligent person may also be very immature, having only honed his acumen as a tool or weapon to manipulate people and bully them around for his own amusement. What do you think? Does intelligence improve oneself morally? Does being smart entail having strong values of empathy, altruism, and social duty?