What I found most interesting about this article is how it compares to our discussion last class about how IQ can only ever go down. In this article, the researchers seem to be agreeing with this sentiment in their claim that speed and memory remained relatively unfazed by aging through the formative years, IQs expectantly followed suit. If this is so, what is it that makes a baby so adept at these things? Are we therefore, some of us, born with the genius already inside of us, just waiting to absorb enough information to be known, or does it in fact come from some nurturing aspect? This article doesn't answer that question, but I"m sure someone can.