SCD as intelligence booster?

Celia Wright

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Ron,

You'd find pretty much the same demographics of education level in
international, contra, English country, Balkan, and Scandinavian dance
groups, and probably some others I'm not familiar with.

Celia Wright
Durham, NC USA
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Date: Tuesday, July 13, 1999 4:45 PM
Subject: SCD as intelligence booster?

>A thread a while ago talked of the number of Scottish Dancers with high
>technical/intellectual abilities: scientists, mathematicians etc. Were
>these attracted to SCD as an adult or did youthful jigs and reels help the
>development of these other abilities?
>
>This information would be particularly useful to a school considering
>including SCD as part of their program. Think of the wonderful dancers
>we will have in the future if SCD gets back into the schools.
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