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The culture-only (0% genetic–100% environmental) and the hereditarian (50% genetic–50% environmental) models of the causes of mean Black–White differences in cognitive ability are compared andExpand
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The nature of the black–white difference on various psychometric tests: Spearman's hypothesis
Although the black and white populations in the United States differ, on average, by about one standard deviation (equivalent to 15 IQ points) on current IQ tests, they differ by various amounts onExpand
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Inspection time and intelligence: A meta-analysis
A meta-analysis of research on the relationship between inspection time (IT) and intelligence (IQ) was performed to: (1) determine whether a nonzero relationship between IT and IQ exists, (2)Expand
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Race, social class and ability patterns on the WISC-R.
The national standardization sample of whites and blacks on the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children—Revised (WISC-R) was the basis for a detailed analysis of the psychometric nature of racialExpand
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Genetics and education
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The Black-White Difference On the K-ABC: Implications for Future Tests
Claims that the Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children (K-ABC) is less culturally biased than other standard tests of intelligence and therefore shows a much smaller average difference between blackExpand
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Comparison of Black-White Differences on the WISC-R and the K-ABC" Spearman's Hypothesis
Abstract The Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children (K-ABC) and the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revise (WISC-R) are compared with respect to the magnitudes of the average white-blackExpand
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Straight Talk About Mental Tests
  • A. Jensen
  • Psychology, Sociology
  • 1 February 1983
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