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       Self-Estimated              Intelligence
       Anatomical Differences
       Gray vs. White Matter

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        Areas of Function
        Effects of Lesions

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References

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  7. Jung, Haier, Yeo, Rowland, Petropoulos, Levine, Sibbitt, & Brooks (2005).  “Sex differences in     N-Acetylaspartate correlates of general intelligence: An 1H-MRS study of normal human brain”; Neuroimage.

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A brief history of artificial intelligence.   http://www.atariarchives.org/deli/artificial_intelligence.php
This site includes information on Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace, on Alan Turing and the Turing test, and on game programming.

Science historian examines the 18th-century quest for 'artificial life'.  Stanford Report.  October 19, 2001
 
http://news-service.stanford.edu/news/2001/october24/riskinprofile-1024.html


Stacking Sequence Optimization of Laminated Plates by Genetic Algorithm.
     Laboratory for Scientific Visual Analysis.  Modified: Thursday, January 07, 1999.  http://www.sv.vt.edu/classes/ESM4714/Student_Proj/class94/henderson/henderson.html

Some Web Summaries of the Seven Multiple Intelligences.  University of Dallas.  Modified Tuesday, May 28, 2002 http://gsmweb.udallas.edu/iep/immweb/seven_intel.html

Left vs. Right Brain.  Funderstanding.  On Purpose Associates, 1998-2001 http://www.funderstanding.com/right_left_brain.cfm

Left vs. Right Brain Modes.  Richards Institute of Education and Research.  Modifed: Monday, October 20, 2003.  http://www.educationthroughmusic.com/brain.htm 

The History of Computing, The Turing Archive for the History of Computing.  Hosted by: University of Canterbury, New Zealand and University of San Francisco, United States.  Modified: Monday, May 17, 2004 http://www.alanturing.net
  
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     http://www.le.ac.uk/pc/jm148/IntellLecture3.doc

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