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Intelligence And Body Chemistry

, : Intelligence And Body Chemistry. Science 74(1905): 21-22

The Ca of the blood appears to bear no relation to individual intelligence. The relationship between blood P and intelligence is a complicated problem as yet far from solution.


PMID: 17783646

DOI: 10.1126/science.74.1905.21-a

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