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  1. Using MRI data, you can calculate (if a very good specialist, even a doctor can tell you the volume of your brain, this will almost completely coincide with the mass (multiply by approximately 1.04-1.05)).

    PS: In a neighboring laboratory, we were just doing some years ago calculations, including brain mass, using MRI data (including my results, I was in the control group).

  2. Whether a person is smart or not can be determined by the presence of convolutions on their brain…no kidding…The brain grows when you develop mentally: read, solve problems (logical, arithmetic), when you learn something new. The brain increases in size due to the creation of new neural connections, but since the space in the skull is limited, it shrinks and twists into convolutions.�

    (Anatomy Of Higher Nervous Activity)

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