A life history model of the Lynn – Flynn effect

@inproceedings{Woodley2011ALH,
  title={A life history model of the Lynn – Flynn effect},
  author={Michael Woodley},
  year={2011}
}
A new life history model of the Lynn–Flynn effect is presented based on the idea that life history speed is primarily associated with a trade-off between positive manifold strength (fast life history) and differentiation with respect to abilities (slow life history) rather than individual differences in levels of g (which instead function as a fitness indicator and are associated with pleiotropic mutation load). Given that the Lynn–Flynn effect concerns only the non-g variance in test scores it… CONTINUE READING

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