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Jul 19th, 2015
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Pick someone well-known whom you believe to be “intelligent.” Everyone has to pick someone different, so first come, first served!

But, be careful. You will also discuss in detail, using scholarly/academic resources to support your observations, why exactly you believe this person to be intelligent. What did he or she display that has been empirically linked to intelligence? What kinds of evidence would you provide for your argument that this individual is intelligent? Be sure to include references and specifics regarding your observations. (350 words) Cannot utilize the following: Stanislaw Ignacy W., Galileo, Ivan Pavlov, Sigmund Freud, Mark Sundberg, Steve Jobs, Obama, Skinner, Albert Einstein, Carl Rodgers, Schwarzenegger, Piaget, Josef Mengele, Michelangelo, William Janes, Maya Angelou, Bill Gates, Stephen Hawkins, Paul Allen or Cindy Crawford.

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