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2011 | 66 | 2 | 381-396
Article title

CURRENT RESULTS ON THE NEUROSCIENCE OF INTELLIGENCE

Authors
Title variants
HU
Az intelligencia idegtudományi kutatásainak legújabb eredményei
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HU
Abstracts
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Due to the last two decades of escalated technical development IQ researchers nowadays have to integrate some new pieces of empirical evidence coming from neuroscience. At the beginning of the 21st century the research of the neural background of intelligence arrived to a new chapter owing to the simple availability of functional imaging techniques, like fMRI and other neuro-physiological methods (e.g. EEG). To extend our results and to move on we need to clarify the relationship of data and organize our knowledge. In this review we summarize results on the neural background of intelligence that derive from clinical or normal, child or adult samples. The data suggest that intelligence is supported by a distributed integrated neural network.
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Year
Volume
66
Issue
2
Pages
381-396
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Document type
REVIEW
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