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==Intelligence in Nature==
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Animals
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• Human
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• Non-human - g Factor
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Vertabrates: Mammals, birds, reptiles, fish Cephalopods
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Arthropods
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Plants - Perception?
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Neuroscience and intelligence
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Human
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• Brain volume
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• Grey matter
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• White matter
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• Cortical thickness
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• Neural efficiency
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Primate
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• Brain size
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Brain-to-body mass ratio
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Intellectus (Nous)

Capacity for

  • logic
  • abstract thought
  • understanding
  • self-awareness
  • communication
  • learning
  • emotional knowledge
  • memory
  • planning
  • creativity and problem solving
Intellectus.png

Source: Edward Grant, "Celestial Orbs in the Latin Middle Ages",
Isis, Vol. 78, No. 2. (Jun., 1987), pp. 152-173.

Intelligence in Nature

Animals • Human • Non-human - g Factor Vertabrates: Mammals, birds, reptiles, fish Cephalopods Arthropods Plants - Perception? Neuroscience and intelligence Human • Brain volume • Grey matter • White matter • Cortical thickness • Neural efficiency Primate • Brain size Brain-to-body mass ratio

Nocturnal-squid.jpg

Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Nhobgood



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