IQ and race - The complete overview

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Innehåller verken av Henry Garret, Arthur Jensen, J. Phillipe Rushton, Richard J. Herrnstein, Charles Murray, Richard Lynn,
Tatu Vanhanen med flera.

I april 2012, upptäckte en internationell forskargrupp genen HMGA2, vilken avgör hjärnans storlek
och intelligens. Denna upptäckt har överbevisat de uppmuntrande vänsterargumenten beträffande naturlagarna och den
rasdeterminanta synen på intelligens och prestation.

Denna bok granskar och summerar alla de stora och inflytelserika arbeten om IQ och raser publicerade sedan 1980. Den börjar
med professor Henry Garrets hela, klassiska skrift, IQ and Race Differences. Återstoden av boken överlämnad att
summeras av:

- Harvard-psykologen Richard J. Herrnstein och Charles Murrays bästsäljare, The Bell Curve.

- Professorerna J. Phillipe Rushton och Arthur Jensens banbrytande Thirty Years of Research on Race Differences in
Cognitive Ability, som publicerades av av American Psychological Association.

- Professor Rushtons bok, Race, Evolution and Behaviour.

- Professorerna Richard Lynn och Tatu Vanhanens IQ and the Wealth of Nations with its global IQ charts.

- Fullt detaljerad raport över upptäckten av HMGA2, 2012.

Om du vill läsa en lättläst, lättsam, kortfattad och aktuell summering av alla vetenskapliga bevis om ras och IQ så är
detta en bok för dig.

 

Innehåll:

 

IQ AND RACE: PART I

 

 

 

IQ and Racial Differences by Henry Garrett

 

I: Heritage of the American Negro

 

Origins

 

The American Negro

 

The Slave Trade

 

Segregation

 

Genetic Theory

 

Environmental Theory

 

Comment

 

III: Heredity as a Prime Determinant of Racial Traits

 

Anthropology and Biology

 

Brain Physiology and Body Growth

 

Studies of Twins

 

IV: Intelligence and Heredity

 

Definition of the IQ

 

Temperament

 

The Florida Study

 

The Georgia Study

 

Equality of Educational Opportunity Study

 

Project Talent

 

What Happens When the Environmental Factors are Equated

 

The Environmental Approach to Equality

 

Relative Intelligence of Adult Whites and Negroes

 

V: Three Examples of School Desegregation

 

Washington, D.C.

 

Los Angeles

 

New York

 

VI: Comment and Summary

 

VII: Recommendations

 

 

 

IQ AND RACE:  PART II

 

 

 

The Bell Curve: Summary and Findings

 

Policy Recommendations

 

 

 

IQ AND RACE: PART III

 

 

 

Thirty Years of Research on Race Differences in Cognitive Ability

 

Mean Race–IQ Differences Are Found Worldwide

 

Race–IQ Differences Are Most Pronounced on the More g-Loaded Components of Tests and Least So on the Most Culturally Loaded Items

 

Race–IQ Differences Are Most Pronounced on the More Heritable Components of Tests With Little or No Evidence of Race-Specific Developmental Processes

 

Mean Race–IQ Differences Are Associated With Mean Brain Size Differences

 

Mean Race Differences in IQ Remain Following Transracial Adoption

 

Studies of Racial Admixture Reflect Mean Black–White IQ Differences

 

IQs Show Regression Toward Predicted Racial Means

 

Mean Race–IQ Differences and Human Evolution

 

Culture-Only Hypotheses Fail to Account for Mean Race–IQ Differences

 

Discrimination or Distribution?

 

Race Relations

 

Educational, Vocational, and Psychological Testing

 

Health, Medical Genetics, and Pharmaco-Anthropology

 

Conflicting Worldviews

 

 

 

IQ AND RACE PART IV

 

Race, Evolution, and Behavior, A Life History Perspective by Professor J Phillipe Rushton

 

Race Is More Than Skin Deep

 

Maturation, Crime, and Parenting

 

Race and Crime

 

Parenting and Out-of-Wedlock Births

 

AIDS and HIV

 

Intelligence and Brain Size

 

Genes, Environment or Both?

 

Life History Theory

 

 

 

IQ AND RACE PART V

 

 

 

IQ and the Wealth of Nations: The Work of Professors Richard Lynn and Tatu Vanhanen

 

Global IQ Estimates

 

 

 

IQ AND RACE PART VI

 

 

 

The Genetics of Intelligence and Brain Size

 

International team uncovers new genes that shape brain size, intelligence

 

Tiny Gene Change Affects Brain Size, IQ

 

 

 

Illustrations

 

 

 

FIGURE 1: IQs of a representative sample of 2,904 children between the ages of 2 and 18, showing the percentage of subjects whose scores fall into each five-point intervals. IQs are based on the Stanford-Binet tests

 

FIGURE 2: Normal curve of distribution of intelligence, showing the expected percentages of the population in each IQ range

 

Table I: IQs of Negro and White Pupils on the Stanford-Binet Exam

 

Table II: Differences between White and Negro Pupils in Reading and Arithmetic

 

Table III: Effects on Negro Student Achievement of Increasing Expenditure and Services

 

Economic and social correlates of IQ

 

Average Differences Among Blacks, Whites and Orientals

 

Interpol Crime Rates for the Three Races

 

Average Head Size for Blacks, Whites and Orientals

 

IQs for 185 Countries

 

 

 

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