The performance of African immigrants in Europe: Some Danish and Norwegian data

Due to lengthy discussion over at Unz concerning the good performance of some African groups in the UK, it seems worth it to review the Danish and Norwegian results. Basically, some African groups perform better on some measures than native British. The author is basically arguing that this disproves global hereditarianism. I think not. The…

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Predicting immigrant performance: Does inbreeding have incremental validity over IQ and Islam?

@hbdchick if u can produce an inbreeding measure by country, we can test it. or u can, the data are public. :) — Emil O W Kirkegaard (@KirkegaardEmil) January 14, 2015 So, she came up with: @KirkegaardEmil good (weighted) coefficients of inbreeding by country at the back of this paper: t.co/FjBZCHufqi but, again… — hbd…

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New paper out: Educational attainment, income, use of social benefits, crime rate and the general socioeconomic factor among 71 immigrant groups in Denmark

Educational attainment, income, use of social benefits, crime rate and the general socioeconomic factor among 71 immigrant groups in Denmark openpsych.net/ODP/2014/05/educational-attainment-income-use-of-social-benefits-crime-rate-and-the-general-socioeconomic-factor-among-71-immmigrant-groups-in-denmark/

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New paper out: Criminality among Norwegian immigrant populations

openpsych.net/ODP/2014/04/criminality-among-norwegian-immigrant-populations/ Abstract A previous study found that criminality among immigrant groups in Denmark was highly predictable by their countries of origin’s prevalence of Muslims, IQ, GDP and height. This study replicates the study for Norway with similar results. Keywords: Crime, national IQ, group differences, country of origin — Download paper. Forum thread and supplementary material.

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Paper published: Criminality and fertility among Danish immigrant populations

Abstract Criminality rates and fertility vary wildly among Danish immigrant populations by their country of origin. Correlational and regression analyses show that these are very predictable (R’s about .85 and .5) at the group level with national IQ, Islam belief, GDP and height as predictors. Published in our new journal for psychology. openpsych.net/index.php/diff/article/view/7 Peer review…

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