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Lester Ingber ingber at ingber.com
Sun Nov 28 17:18:37 EST 1999

	       Statistical mechanics of neocortical interactions:
		 Reaction time correlates of the g factor
has been submitted as an Invited commentary on
		  The g Factor: The Science of Mental Ability
				by Arthur Jensen
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	ABSTRACT: A statistical mechanics of neuronal interactions (SMNI)
	is explored as providing some substance to a physiological basis
	of the g factor.  Some specific elements of SMNI, previously
	used to develop a theory of short-term memory (STM) and a model
	of electroencephalography (EEG) are key to providing this basis.
	Specifically, Hick's Law, an observed linear relationship between
	reaction time (RT) and the information storage of STM, in turn
	correlated to a RT-g relationship, is derived.

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