Professor H.J. Eysenck, Phd. was the Chair in Psychology at King's College, London. He said this:
"Scientists, especially when they leave the particular field in which they have specialised, are just as ordinary, pig-headed and unreasonable as anybody else, and their unusually high intelligence only makes their prejudices all the more dangerous...."
Eysenck, H. J., Sense and Nonsense in Psychology, Penguin, 1957, pg. 108.