Usually bigger animals have bigger brains, supposedly because the brain needs to control more overall mass.
Males have Biggers brains than females, or must I say taller humans have bigger brains than shorter humans, and intellegince scores seem to be equal regardless of brain size across tall and short humans, males or females they be.
The same works for animals, an elephant is not much smarter than a raven or a mouse.
This indicating further more than brain size might be a really important factor in the overal size of an animal.
But humans can grow to enormous unnatural sizes through use of steroids, size that some speculate might not be possible naturally, even with decades of training.
Is there any scientific paper examining the relationship of unnatural big humans using steroids and their brain adaptations to the newly built muscle mass?
Obviously fat mass is excludes as it doesn't require much neurological control and it's mostly a passive mechanism.
So papers comparing brain adaptains to obesity might be interesting but are not the purpose of this question.
this is in no form or way a rant and if you believe so then I'm sorry for not formulating my post correctly
What I'm looking for is to better understand how the mind adapts to muscle growth.