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Evolution, Mind and Behaviour
Authors: Glenn Geher, Scott Barry Kaufman, Justin R. Garcia, James C. Kaufman, and Blair Bryant Dawson

mating: trade-offs and strategic pluralism . Behavioral Brain Sciences , 23 , 573 – 587 . Gardner , H. ( 1983 ). Frames of mind: The theory of multiple intelligences . New York : Basic Books . Geher , G. ( 2009 ). Accuracy and

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References S.M. Barnett W. Williams 2004 National intelligence and the Emperors New

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2009 Does a fitness factor contribute to the association between intelligence and health outcomes? Evidence from medical abnormality counts among 3654 US veterans Intelligence 37

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.): Turcica et Islamica. Studi in Memoria di Aldo Gallotta . Vol. I. Napoli, pp. 121–131. Dedijer, S. (2002): Ragusan Intelligence and Security (1301–1806): A Model for the Twenty-First Century. International Journal of

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Barbey, A.K., Colom, R., & Grafman, J. (in press). Distributed neural system for emotional intelligence revealed by lesion mapping. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Bar-On, R. (1988). The development of an

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Humane intelligence

A review of What is Intelligence? Beyond the Flynn Effect by James R. Flynn. Cambridge University Press (2007), 226 pages, £15.99 ($22.00), ISBN: 0521880077 (hardback)

Journal of Evolutionary Psychology
Author: Thomas E. Dickins

References C. Spearman 1904 “General Intelligence,” Objectively Determined and Measured The American Journal of

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Amthauer, R. , (1970) Intelligenz-Struktur-Test. I-S-T 70 . Hogrefe, Göttingen Anokhin, A. , Vogel, F. , (1996) EEG Alpha rhythm frequency and intelligence in normal adults

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: Multi-Health Systems. Baron-Cohen, S. (2006). Elemi különbség. Férfiak, nők és szélsőséges férfiagy . Budapest: Osiris Kiadó. Brackett, M. A., & Salovey, P. (2006). Measuring emotional intelligence

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A susceptibility parameter called the intelligence constant by which it is possible to assess the complexity of scientific research in the different periods in history is suggested. In scientific sense, the intelligence constant measures creative energy expended in the achievement of a major scientific result. It is demonstrated that the sudden change of intelligence constant signalizes a scientific revolution and so the law of intelligence constant change might provide a particular method to forecast scientific revolutions in the future.

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. (2000). Brain Mechanism and Intelligence. Psychometric g and Executive function. Intelligence, 27, 229–327. Yu J. Brain Mechanism and Intelligence. Psychometric g and Executive

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