This national geographic special shows a young
hungarian lady who can essentially play and win five
games of chess blindfolded. Instead of a blindfold, here she
is playing only by voice to voice over a mobile phone.
Her father, a psychologist, trained her to excel at chess.
This would seem to argue for nurture versus nature,
for chess is a position-sensitive game.
Also of interest is that the part of the right side of the
brain that deals with spacial relations (not getting lost
while hunting) is thicker in males. But the corpus
calliostrum or tissue connecting the right and left
sides of the brain is more substantial in females.
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