Are cognitive differences between immigrant and majority groups diminishing?

@article{teNijenhuis2004AreCD,
  title={Are cognitive differences between immigrant and majority groups diminishing?},
  author={Jan te Nijenhuis and Mart‐Jan de Jong and Arne Evers and Henk van der Flier},
  journal={European Journal of Personality},
  year={2004},
  volume={18},
  pages={405 - 434}
}
A review is given of scores on various cognitive measures, comparing groups of ethnic Dutch and non‐Western immigrants using a large number of datasets. The research shows that there are large group differences in school results, work proficiency, and g for Turks, Moroccans, Surinamese, Netherlands Antilleans, and Indonesians from the Moluccans compared with ethnic Dutch. However, South‐East Asians score higher, and persons with one immigrant and one ethnic Dutch parent score only slightly… 

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