1. READ FIRST - What is an EWOK ?
An EWOK is an web-based, visually-oriented (navigation via visual-graphic MindMaps is the most efficient means to access the information--although, those who prefer a more linear outline form can click on the "Home" and/or "Table of Contents" options in the right hand corner of each map), "Evolving Web of Knowledge" regarding a specific domain of knowledge of interest to the Institute for Applied Psychometrics.  [Sorry to those who found this site via a Google search in hopes of finding information about the cute furry EWOK's in the Star Wars series.]
The goal of an EWOK is simple:
  • To provide a centralized up-to-date source information regarding a specific topic that is revised/updated on a semi-regular basis.  In some respects it is like a "wiki" in Wikipedia, but it differs in that it is a closed system......only I (Kevin McGrew)  am in charge of what is posted.  This might change in the future if others indicate an interest in contributing to the growth of this EWOK.
The goal of the IQ Brain Clock EWOK is simple - to accumulate to provide up-to-date information consistent with the purpose of the Tick Tock Talk:  The IQ Brain Clock Blog.  The purpose of the IQ Brain Clock blog, as stated at that humble site, is:
  • An attempt to track the "pulse" of contemporary research and theory regarding the psychology/neuroscience of brain- based mental/interval time keeping. In addition, the relevance of neuroscience research to learning/education will also be covered. A sister blog to "IQs Corner" (www.intelligencetesting.blogspot.com)
I hope to update and revise this EWOK on my usual semi-consistent inconsistent schedule :) . 
The first version was posted on 3-24-07.  The current version  is FAR from being complete, but I wanted to get this "out there"so people can benefit from the currently available IQ Brain Clock EWOK information. 
Feedback regarding this project is welcome.  Please send any feedback to iap@earthlink.net
FYI notes regarding new versions of this EWOK will be published at
The WJ III EWOK can be viewed by clicking here.