The generational intelligence gains are caused by decreasing variance in the lower half of the distribution : Supporting evidence for the nutrition hypothesis

@inproceedings{Coloma2004TheGI,
  title={The generational intelligence gains are caused by decreasing variance in the lower half of the distribution : Supporting evidence for the nutrition hypothesis},
  author={Roberto Coloma and Josep Ma Lluis-Fontb and Antonio Andr{\'e}s-Pueyob},
  year={2004}
}
  • Roberto Coloma, Josep Ma Lluis-Fontb, Antonio Andrés-Pueyob
  • Published 2004
Generational intelligence gains are one intriguing finding in science. Nutrition and cognitive stimulation are among the most remarkable causes of the upward trend in intelligence. The nutrition hypothesis predicts a primary impact on the most deprived, producing disproportionate gains at low intelligence levels. The cognitive stimulation hypothesis predicts gains along the intelligence distribution. However, data from the entire distribution are rarely available. The present study compares a… CONTINUE READING

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