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Journal of Health and Medical Sciences

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Published: 22 June 2023

‘European Intelligence’ From the Perspectives of Cognitive Psychology-Neurobiology: Why are the Europeans what they are Today?

Desmond Ayim-Aboagye

Regent University College of Science and Technology, Ghana

journal of social and political sciences
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Pages: 48-62

Keywords: Barbarian Archetype, Broca's Area, Cognitive Psychology, Collective Unconscious, Europeans, Genetic, Handicap, Injuries, Neurobiology, Neurological Disorders, Psychedelic Drugs, War Neanderthals, Wernicke Area


Black women and Black men gave birth to white children who were supposed to be brothers to Black children. But over thousands of years in isolation, white people developed fictitious theories to make themselves look different and distinct. The Neanderthals they tend to associate themselves with through sexual contact left no civilization, so it is difficult to judge the outcome of this sexual relationship. While the paintings in the caves in modern France look suspicious, Black people, on the other hand, built civilizations all over the planet: Ancient Egyptians, Nubians, the Incas, Ancient Rome, Mesopotamia, Indian Dravidians, etc. Evidence from history through the Roman Empire shows that White people were human beings like all others and, therefore, they did not treat them differently. The investigation used cognitive psychology and neurobiology perspectives to explain the successful experiences of Germanic tribes and the Slavs in Central Asia. The theoretical investigation uses existing data and argues that they are not distinct though there had been a mixture of genes with some tribes in Central Asia. Europeans' use of their local languages and the employment of scientific theories and methods of inquiry have something to do with their intelligence and overall success in the world. The relegation of the religion's authority and the replacement with reason and science methods has enabled Europeans to become successful with cognitive intelligence. Intelligence has something to do with knowledge acquisition with the blood language and sciences in imbibing knowledge. Where human beings use their local languages and the addition of the methods of scientific inquiry, there will be marginal differences in intelligence acquisition. The discoveries the researchers Paul Broca and Carl Wernicke made with neurobiology show that language speaking is a complex human phenomenon that human beings should take seriously in daily discourses. No wonder it gave the Europeans unique problems when they had to depend on Latin to imbibe knowledge and use it to carry out responsibilities. Intelligence has something to do with the blood language, local language, or culturally provided language in imbibing knowledge in the physical world. Scientific theories and appropriate scientific methods should be driven by the use of Mathematics and logic. Emerging technological societies, such as China, Malaysia, Singapore, etc., testify to these modern methods of reaching progress in education.


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