The Minnesota transracial adoption study: A follow-up of IQ test performance at adolescence

@article{Weinberg1992TheMT,
  title={The Minnesota transracial adoption study: A follow-up of IQ test performance at adolescence},
  author={R. Weinberg and S. Scarr and I. Waldman},
  journal={Intelligence},
  year={1992},
  volume={16},
  pages={117-135}
}
Abstract Members of 101 transracial adoptive families were restudied 10 years after the initial research (Scarr & Weinberg, 1976, 1978). In this article we report on IQ scores and school achievements of the black and interracial children and other adopted children, and the biological offspring of the adoptive families at mid- to late-adolescence. Because of changes in tests and in norms, members of the adoptive families, including parents, scored on average lower at Time 2 follow-up than at… Expand

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