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progression index n.

progression index n.

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An index of the comparative intelligence of mammalian species, based on a modification of the encephalization quotient, defined as volume of neocortex in the animal in question divided by volume of neocortex in a standard comparison animal belonging to the same order, correcting for body size. If a chimpanzee is arbitrarily assigned a standard progression index for primates of 1.0, then humans score 3.2. Compare A/S ratio, encephalization quotient.

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