Race and IQ /Published by : Oxford University Press, (New York :) Physical details: 322 p. ; 21 cm. ISBN:0195018842 :. Year: 1975
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Lieberman, L. The debate over race.--Luria, S. E. What can biologists solve?--Kagan, J. The magical aura of the IQ.--Biesheuvel, S. An examination of Jensen's theory concerning educability, heritability, and population differences.--Gordon, E. W., with Green, D. An affluent society's excuses for inequality.--Dobzhansky, T. and Montagu, A. Natural selection and the mental capacities of mankind.--Bronfenbrenner, U. Nature with nurture.--Gould, S. J. Racist arguments and IQ.--Brace, C. L. and Livingstone, F. B. On creeping Jensenism.--Lewontin, R. C. Race and intelligence.--Layzer, D. Heritability analyses of IQ scores.--Sanday, P. R. On the causes of IQ differences between groups and implications for social policy.--Bodmer, W. F. Race and IQ: the genetic background.--Bronfenbrenner, U. Is early intervention effective? Some studies of early education in familial and extra-familial settings.