Inbreeding depression and IQ in a study of 72 countries

@inproceedings{Woodley2009InbreedingDA,
  title={Inbreeding depression and IQ in a study of 72 countries},
  author={Michael Anthony Woodley},
  year={2009}
}
Article history: Received 15 June 2008 Received in revised form 30 October 2008 Accepted 30 October 2008 Available online 5 December 2008 In this ecological study, a robust negative correlation of r=− .62 (Pb.01) is reported between national IQs and consanguinity as measured by the log10 transformed percentage of consanguineous marriages for 72 countries. This correlation is reduced in magnitude, when IQ is controlled forGDPper capita (r=− .41,Pb.01); education index (r=− .40,Pb.01… CONTINUE READING
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