IQ and the Wealth of Nations by Richard Lynn, Tatu Vanhanen
IQ and the Wealth of Nations Richard Lynn, Tatu Vanhanen ebook
ISBN: 027597510X, 9780313010897
Publisher: Praeger Publishers
But seriously, relying on it enough to come up with the crap in “IQ and the Wealth of Nations”. They DO exist, and they are important. I would suppose that it doesn't take a great level of intelligence to operate within a market system; and even to prosper within in it. For example, IQ & the Wealth of Nations (2002) reported an IQ of 59 for Equatorial Guinea, based on a small study by Fernández-Ballesteros et al. Now that I'm done with the Necessary Caveats, it's time we had a look at why exactly HBD/IQ theories are both valid, and relevant to the real world. Why is it the northern African countries scored much higher and into their 80's and 90's? I have enough friends who are psychologists, and I know it is a useful diagnosis tool for identifying degrees of mental retardation. And EQ of guinea has an all-time low of 59? For example, Many of the data points in Lynn's book IQ and the Wealth of Nations were not based on residents of the named countries. In addition, the population of some Latin American countries (Argentina, Uruguay, etc) got the same IQ scores as the USA & Canada according to Dr. "IQ and the wealth of nations", "bell curve", gnxp, Steve Sailer's blog all those talk about human differences. (IQ and the wealth of Nations). It comes down to IQ, and IQ is for the most part genetic. Why is it on the IQ and wealth of nations that most Africans have an IQ below 75?
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