IQ and raceHenry Garrett
IQ and Race – The Complete overview
Contains articles by Henry Garrrett, Arthur Jensen, J. Phillipe Rushton, Richard J. Herrnstein, Charles Murray, Richard Lynn, Tatu Vanhanen and others. In April 2012, discovered an international team of researchers gene HMGA2, which determines brain size and intelligence. The discovery punches holes in the arguments that it is only the environmental and social impacts that determine an individual’s intelligence.
This book examines and summarizes all of the major and influential works on IQ and race, published since 1980, from Professor Henry Garret’s classic Iq and Racial Differences, Harvard psychologist Richard J. Herrnstein and Charles Murray’s best-seller The Bell Curve, and Professor Rushton’s book Race Evolution and Behavior Others
The book also contains information about the discovery of the HMGA2 gene.
If you want a simple, easy to read book with concise and up-to-date summaries of all scientific evidence about race and IQ, then this is for you.
Author: Henry Garrrett, Arthur Jensen, J. Phillipe Rushton, Richard J. Herrnstein, Charles Murray, Richard Lynn, Tatu Vanhanen