I have three words for you Izzie: The Overtone Series. If my knowledge wasn't based on how I felt about it, I'd actually have a chance at explaining it.
YesThe authors hypothesize that latent inhibition may be positive when combined with high intelligence and good working memory - the capacity to think about many things at once - but negative otherwise. Peterson states: "If you are open to new information, new ideas, you better be able to intelligently and carefully edit and choose. If you have 50 ideas, only two or three are likely to be good. You have to be able to discriminate or you'll get swamped."