Sometimes I get asked for compilations. There are some! I made this compilation of compilations in November 2020 in reply to an email. I guess I never posted it for some reason. Well, I got another email asking for this kind of thing, so this time I am definitely posting.
- Vertical cultural transfer effects — plausible but mostly not real
- Military psychology: a review
- Smart fraction theory: literature collection
- Macroeconomics and intelligence: a collection
- Reverse publication bias: a collection
- IQ blogs collections (2019 October)
- Expert assessment of The Bell Curve
- Unfinished Wikipedia FAQ on IQ etc.
- Admixture analysis and genetic causation: some quotes from the literature
- Environmentalists like admixture analysis too (until they don’t)
- What you can’t say: genetic group difference edition
- Mainstreamers keep making progress: educational attainment variation “likely” caused by ancestry variation in Europe <– don’t skip this one
These are dated at this point, but useful for the pre-2012 or so literature.
- JayMan’s Race, Inheritance, and IQ F.A.Q. (F.R.B.) https://jaymans.wordpress.com/
- HBD Fundamentals https://jaymans.wordpress.com/
- American Nations Series https://jaymans.wordpress.com/
humanbiologicaldiversity.com/ <– this one is huge!
Race_and_intelligence i reviewed at https://emilkirkegaard.dk/en/? p=5441
- James Watson tells the inconvenient truth: Faces the consequences
- The facts that need to be explained John Fuerst wrote this before starting doing his own research (with me)
The Secrets of Cakes: https://docs.google.
com/document/d/1- C9BHXj44a7MDHQH9WrWaVee9TCB- lKvlv36rnv-gQs/editSystemic Racism DEBUNKED: https://docs.google. com/document/d/1wxMyz- 4x5PPv5nLhQ93gnNXi6mXWC94G3Y5V ydmJyY0/edit?usp=sharing
Winegard, B., Winegard, B., & Anomaly, J. (2020). Dodging Darwin: Race, evolution, and the hereditarian hypothesis. Personality and Individual Differences, 160, 109915.
Anomaly, J., & Winegard, B. (2020). The Egalitarian Fallacy: Are Group Differences Compatible with Political Liberalism?. Philosophia, 48(2), 433-444.
Clark, C. J., & Winegard, B. M. (2020). Tribalism in war and peace: The nature and evolution of ideological epistemology and its significance for modern social science. Psychological Inquiry, 31(1), 1-22.
Boutwell, B. B., Nedelec, J. L., Winegard, B., Shackelford, T., Beaver, K. M., Vaughn, M., … & Wright, J. P. (2017). The prevalence of discrimination across racial groups in contemporary America: Results from a nationally representative sample of adults. PloS one, 12(8), e0183356.
Winegard, B., Winegard, B., & Boutwell, B. (2017). Human biological and psychological diversity. Evolutionary Psychological Science, 3(2), 159-180.
The most extensive review paper is still Jensen and Rushton’s 2005 classic duo:
Rushton, J. P., & Jensen, A. R. (2005). Thirty years of research on race differences in cognitive ability. Psychology, public policy, and law, 11(2), 235.
Rushton, J. P., & Jensen, A. R. (2005). Wanted: More race realism, less moralistic fallacy. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 11(2), 328.
Richard Lynn’s books
Richard is a master compiler, and his books contain thousands of references to related work.
Lynn, R., & Becker, D. (2019). The intelligence of nations. London, UK: Ulster Institute for Social Research.
Lynn, R. (2015). Race Differences in Intelligence (Revised edition). Washington Summit Publishers.
The other side
There are also some academic review papers from opposite side:
Bird, K. A. (2021). No support for the hereditarian hypothesis of the Black–White achievement gap using polygenic scores and tests for divergent selection. American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
Colman, A. M. (2016). Race differences in IQ: Hans Eysenck’s contribution to the debate in the light of subsequent research. Personality and Individual Differences, 103, 182-189.
Flynn, J. R. (2019). Reservations about Rushton. Psych, 1(1), 35-43.
Flynn, J. R. (2018). Reflections about intelligence over 40 years. Intelligence, 70, 73-83.
Note that Flynn is way past his prime here, but he was for many years the only serious alternative. I think Flynn died as a hereditarian. He was well connected with major hereditarians and their recent works. He was not surprised my presentation of our admixture results from the PING study when I presented these to him at the ISIR conference in 2017. I looked over my emails with him, but I apparently did not ask him a straightforward question on the matter until he was near death. In fact, that was my last and unanswered email to him. Rest in piece James Flynn.