IQ, skin color, crime, HIV/AIDS, and income in 50 U.S. states

@inproceedings{Templer2011IQSC,
  title={IQ, skin color, crime, HIV/AIDS, and income in 50 U.S. states},
  author={Donald I. Templer and J. P. Rushton},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract In 50 U.S. states, we found a positive manifold across 11 measures including IQ, skin color, birth rate, infant mortality, life expectancy, HIV/AIDS, violent crime, and state income with the first principal component accounting for 33% of the variance (median factor loading = .34). The correlation with a composite of total violent crime was higher with skin color ( r  = .55), a more biologically influenced variable than with GDP ( r  = −.17), a more culturally influenced variable… CONTINUE READING
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