Rushton's racial comparisons: An ecological critique of theory and method.

@article{Anderson1991RushtonsRC,
  title={Rushton's racial comparisons: An ecological critique of theory and method.},
  author={J. Anderson},
  journal={Canadian Psychology},
  year={1991},
  volume={32},
  pages={51-62}
}
Many scientists have criticized Rushton's application of a hypothesis about rand K-selection to putative human racial differences (e.g., Cain & Vanderwolf, 1990; Lynn, 1989a, 1989b; Silverman, 1990; Weizmann, Wiener, Wiesenthal, & Ziegler, 1990; Zuckerman & Brody, 1988). The criticisms of Rushton's theoretical approach by Weizmann et al. are certainly appropriate, but they were not sufficiently forceful in asserting the fact that Rushton's approach misses the point of rand K-selection: It… Expand
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