IQ and the Wealth of Nations by Richard Lynn, Tatu Vanhanen
IQ and the Wealth of Nations Richard Lynn, Tatu Vanhanen ebook
Publisher: Praeger Publishers
ISBN: 027597510X, 9780313010897
In a review of the large body of data on population differences in IQ assembled by Lyn and Vanhanen in their 2001 treatise IQ and the Wealth of Nations, Ron Unz offers a plausible interpretation of the Flynn effect:. La Griffe du Lion has an interesting graph on the correlation (.73) between the wealth of nations and their IQs, based on the work of Professors Richard Lynn and Tutu Vanhanen. Heh: Off to a good start there! It turns out that that is the case. Unz, publisher of The American Conservative, is taking on claims made in the 2002 book IQ and the Wealth of Nations that differences in national IQ account for the substantial variation in national per capita income. €IQ and the Wealth of Nations”. To throw the cat in among the pigeons, I will just mention that a point of view that is notably missing in that paper is Richard Lynn's, i.e. Commonplace of a Magpie Our theories always outstrip our facts. It's almost as if average IQ was driving economic performance. The mean IQ level of all participants is 106. Editor's Note: Ron Unz, publisher of The American Conservative, recently published a lengthy critique of Richard Lynn and Tatu Vanhanen's IQ and the Wealth of Nations. This is more or less close to the figure given in Lynn's IQ and Wealth of Nations. IQ and the Wealth of Nations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia IQ and the Wealth of Nations is a 2002 book by Dr. Invoking the supreme authority of the late Stephen Jay Gould is a surefire way to persuade anybody familiar with the field of psychometrics that you know what you are talking about.
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