Review: The g Factor (Arthur Jensen)

The g factor, the science of mental ability – Arthur R. Jensen, ebook download pdf free   This is a very interesting book. Without a doubt the best about intelligence that i hav read so far. I definitely recommend reading it if one is interested in psychometrics. It can serve as a long, good, but…

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Paper: Intelligence and semen quality are positively correlated

Intelligence and semen quality are positively correlated Human cognitive abilities inter-correlate to form a positive matrix, from which a large first factor, called ‘Spearman’s g’ or general intelligence, can be extracted. General intelligence itself is correlated with many important health outcomes including cardio-vascular function and longevity. However, the important evolutionary question of whether intelligence is…

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Review of The 10000 year explosion (Gregory Cochran and Henry Harpending)

The 10000 year explosion – Gregory Cochran and Henry Harpending, download, free, ebook, pdf   This is a nontechnical overall introduction to how human evolution has happened. it mentions a lot of stuff i didnt know. i wud have liked more references. the book is openly race realist, and i was waiting for it to…

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Review and thoughts: Intelligence: A Unifying Construct for the Social Sciences (Richard Lynn and Tatu Vanhanen, 2012)

Richard Lynn was so kind to send me a signed copy of his latest book. i immediately paused the reading of another book to read this one. some comments and quotes are below. quotes are from the ebook version of the book which i found on the internet. Richard Lynn, Tatu Vanhanan – Intelligence, a…

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Thoughts about Ashraf and Galor (2012)

Via Steve Sailer. The Out of Africa Hypothesis, Human Genetic Diversity, and Comparative Economic Development Quamrul Ashraf and Oded Galor Abstract This research advances and empirically establishes the hypothesis that, in the course of the prehistoric exodus of Homo sapiens out of Africa, variation in migratory distance to various settlements across the globe affected genetic…

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Review and thoughts about The g Factor (Christopher Brand, 1996)

The-g-Factor-General-Intelligence-and-Its-Implications-Chris-Brand https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_g_Factor:_General_Intelligence_and_Its_Implications_%28book%29 The g Factor: General Intelligence and Its Implications is a book by Christopher Brand, a psychologist and lecturer at the University of Edinburgh. It was published by John Wiley & Sons in the United Kingdom in March 1996. The book was “depublished” by the publishing house on April 17th, which cited “deep ethical…

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