Some Further Thoughts on the Subject of IQ Population Genetics
Jamieson, J. W., Mankind Quarterly
The author notes the challenging paper by Gerhard Meisenberg published in this issue of the journal, and makes a number of additional observations which he believes serve to further clarify the causal relationship between the evolutionary history of living human populations and IQ population genetics.
Key Words: IQ, human evolution, mutations, natural selection, speciation, geographical races, ethnic groups, communism, colonialism, latitude and IQ, religion and IQ, heritability, dysgenics, the Flynn Effect.
Certainly the question of cognitive differences between human populations is a contentious topic, but that is only because the evolution of living populations is a …
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Publication information: Article title: Some Further Thoughts on the Subject of IQ Population Genetics. Contributors: Jamieson, J. W. - Author. Journal title: Mankind Quarterly. Volume: 44. Issue: 2 Publication date: Winter 2003. Page number: 211+. © Council for Social and Economic Studies Winter 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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