I do not see it posted in the newsgroup, but I received an email
"correction" saying that she meant to specify "high intelligence".
Does not really refine the question in any helpful way.
Perhaps she is asking if there is some chemical which is found in
higher amounts in more intelligent people? (The short answer is: no)
In <7cnbef$osf at sjx-ixn5.ix.netcom.com> flefever at ix.netcom.com(F. Frank
>>In <7cn7ph$pli at bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> "george kendall"
><grant.ken at worldnet.att.net> writes:
>>>>has any research been done suggesting linkage between chemical
>>other than acetylcholine, glutamic acid, glutamine,choline,etc.?
>>>>>Can you refine your question? Not sure what you're asking: "linkage"
>between acetylcholine and glutamine?? or between one or both of them
>and cognitive function? "Linkage" between choline and acetylcholine
>obvious, as is that between glutamine and glutamic acid.
>>"Linkage" between neurotransmitters and coognitive functioon also
>obvious: without them, there is no cognitive function (nor any other
>function involving any kind of neural activity).
>>What "other" kinds of compounds are you thinking of?
>>Think it over, restate your question.
>>F. Frank LeFever, Ph.D.
>New York Neuropsychology Group