Cyril Burt: Fraud or Framed?

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Index
adoption studies 141-3
Archer, G.4, 48, 57-8, 114
Aristotle29, 111
Aristotelian logic 16
Arkles, Arkles & Arkles 38
Audley, R. J.99
Australia8, 112
Australopithecines 130
Banks, C.9, 52, 58-9, 71, 83, 87, 114, 145
Banton, M. P.104
Barber, B.123
Bean, F. D.135
Beardmore, J. A.77, 82
Beloff, H.6, 11
Beveridge, Sir William61
Bickersteth, M.26
Binet tests ( London revision) 33, 96, 99, 103, 106
Biometrika17
Bismark 121
Black Papers on Education 127
Blinkhorn, S.10, 132, 146
Bodmer, W. F.71
Booth, C.85, 145
Boring, E. G.21
Bottomley, V.21
Bouchard, T. J.118, 121, 133, 140, 142
British Association39
British Broadcasting Corporation119, 121, 131
British Journal of Educational Psychology 31 n., 116-17
British Journal of Psychology22-3
British Journal of Statistical Psychology21, 70, 115-16
British Library, LCC collection 31
British Psychological Society (BPS)6, 47, 71, 98, 111-12, 115-16
Broad, W.111, 124
Brody, N.119, 121
Broom, R.130
Brown, W.35
Bryman, A.121
Burks, B. S.141, 144
Burstall, C.99
Cambridge, University of2
Caradog Jones, D.77-8, 83, 85
Carey, N.26
Carroll, J.117
Carr-Saunders, A. M.77-8, 83, 85
Carter-Saltzman, L.142
Cattell, R. B.40, 102-3, 106-7, 119
Cavalli-Sforza, L. L.71
Character and Personality118
Chicago, University of9
Chipuer, H. M.142
Clarke, A. D. B.6, 47
Clarke, A. M.6, 47, 71, 75
Cohen, A.72
Cohen, J.52, 57, 113-14
Conway, J.5, 7-8, 46-58, 60-1, 64-8, 78-9, 97-8, 144, 148
Cox, C.127
Cronbach, L. J.33, 63
Dart, R.130
Darwin, C.122
Davies, Miss 118
Dawson, C.130
Dewer, R. B.119 diaries ( Burt's) 1, 6-8, 58, 63
Dodd, S. C.32-4
Donahue, W. H.125-6
Dorfman, D. D.9, 71-2, 75, 78-80, 83-90, 92-3, 126, 147
DZ twins, see twins

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Contributors xi
  • ONE IQ and science: the mysterious Burt affair 1
  • References 11
  • TWO Burt and the early history of factor analysis 13
  • References 42
  • THREE Twins and other kinship studies 45
  • Introduction 45
  • References 69
  • FOUR Intelligence and social mobility 70
  • Introduction 70
  • Conclusions 90
  • References 94
  • FIVE Declining educational standards 95
  • References 109
  • SIX Burt as hero and anti-hero: A Greek tragedy 111
  • References 128
  • SEVEN Does it matter? The scientific and political impact of Burt's work 130
  • References 148
  • Index 153
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