There is a popular claim in White Nationalist circles that Jews have been involved in the suppression of IQ and race related research. They can list persons like: Leon Kamin, old school heritability denialist, co-author of The Science and Politics of IQ (1974) and Not in Our Genes (1984) Steven Jay Gould, author of infamous […]

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I found some genetically informative studies on the benefits of marriage: Does marriage inhibit antisocial behavior?: An examination of selection vs causation via a longitudinal twin design. Accounting for the physical and mental health benefits of entry into marriage: A genetically informed study of selection and causation. Marriage and Involvement in Crime: A Consideration of […]

The question of whether homosexuality is related to various bad things is independent of one’s stance towards homosexuals as citizens, their rights to marriage etc. which is fine by me. Given some recent tweets about the penile response of a large, clinical sample of men to various stimuli, there was some Twitter speculation that homosexuality […]

notpoliticallycorrect.me/ Twitter: RaceRealist88 Since I am repeatedly asked by a bunch of differently looking people to comment on that particular blog. I don’t know the guy, but he’s been quite active in recent times. The blog is kinda odd in that it prominently features race realist stuff, a bunch of prominent race realist academics — […]

Dahlke, J. A., & Sackett, P. R. (2017). The Relationship Between Cognitive-ability Saturation and Subgroup Mean Differences Across Predictors of Job Performance. Journal of Applied Psychology. Abstract The authors quantify the conventional wisdom that predictors’ correlations with cognitive ability are positively related to subgroup mean differences. Using meta-analytic and large-N data from diverse predictors, they […]

Skoyles, J. R. (1999). Human evolution expanded brains to increase expertise capacity, not IQ. Psycoloquy, 10(002). Chicago Skoyles is arguing a rather implausible claim: Why do modern humans have larger brains than earlier people such as Homo erectus? As large brains cause problems in childbirth, infancy and locomotion, the advantage they offer must be substantial. […]