Revisiting basic notions of human intelligence

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  • Title: Revisiting basic notions of human intelligence
  • Author(s): Thomas Schick, Gregory Lockhead
  • Date: 3 February 2009
  • Keyname: 2009-02-03-Schick
  • Responds to: The Bell Curve
  • Lead-in: Herrnstein & Murray (1994) claim that intelligence is largely inherited and can hardly be altered. They are wrong. Intelligence is substantially determined by the environment, disproportionately constraining the disadvantaged.

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