A systematic literature review of the average IQ of sub-Saharan Africans

@inproceedings{Wicherts2010ASL,
  title={A systematic literature review of the average IQ of sub-Saharan Africans},
  author={Jelte M. Wicherts and Conor V. Dolan and Han van der Maas},
  year={2010}
}
On the basis of several reviews of the literature, Lynn [Lynn, R., (2006). Race differences in intelligence: An evolutionary analysis. Augusta, GA: Washington Summit Publishers.] and Lynn and Vanhanen [Lynn, R., & Vanhanen, T., (2006). IQ and global inequality. Augusta, GA: Washington Summit Publishers.] concluded that the average IQ of the Black population of sub-Saharan Africa lies below 70. In this paper, the authors systematically review published empirical data on the performance of… CONTINUE READING

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