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The intelligence–religiosity nexus: A representative study of white adolescent Americans
Abstract The present study examined whether IQ relates systematically to denomination and income within the framework of the g nexus, using representative data from the National Longitudinal Study ofExpand
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Average intelligence predicts atheism rates across 137 nations
Evidence is reviewed pointing to a negative relationship between intelligence and religious belief in the United States and Europe. It is shown that intelligence measured as psychometric g isExpand
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Racial/ethnic variations in male testosterone levels: A probable contributor to group differences in health
Racial and ethnic variations in serum testosterone levels were investigated among a large sample of male Vietnam era veterans. Based on geometric means, significant average differences were foundExpand
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Spatial ability in men and women: Review and new theory
Abstract Results from research on spatial abilities are selectively reviewed. Differences are noted in the effect of puberty on spatial ability of men and women, in the development of spatial abilityExpand
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The decay of Western civilization: Double relaxed Darwinian Selection
This article briefly describes Lynn’s view on what makes modern populations rise and fall. It then provides a demographic analysis of what happens to modern sub-fertile high-IQ Western populationsExpand
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Hormones, Sex, and Society: The Science of Physicology
Foreword Preface General introduction Mentalistic Approaches to Human Nature and Society The Physicological Research Program The Physicological Analysis of Sexual Differentiation (SD) IntrasystemicExpand
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Testing the cross-racial generality of Spearman's hypothesis in two samples
Abstract Spearman's hypothesis states that racial differences in IQ between Blacks (B) and Whites (W) are due primarily to differences in the g factor. This hypothesis is often confirmed, but it isExpand
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The Scientific Study of Human Nature: Tribute to Hans J. Eysenck at Eighty
Section headings and selected papers: Personality. The psychobiological basis of personality (M. Zuckerman). Temperament and personality: Eysenck's three superfactors as related to temperamentalExpand
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A method for analysing performance in the rod‐and‐frame test
.— Scoring only the unsigned (absolute) errors in the Rod-and-Frame Test (RFT) is questioned because the method confounds a number of variables. Another way of scoring the RFT is proposed whichExpand
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Black–white differences on various psychometric tests: Spearman's hypothesis tested on American armed services veterans
Abstract Psychometric data (19 variables) on the cognitive abilities of large samples of American white (W) and black (B) male armed services veterans were factor analyzed to test Spearman'sExpand
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