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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Science and the concept of race.
New York, Columbia University Press, 1968
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Margaret Mead; American Association for the Advancement of Science.
|Notes:||"An outgrowth of a symposium held at the meetings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington on December 30, 1966."|
|Description:||x, 177 pages illustrations 24 cm|
|Contents:||1. Behavior-genetic analyses and their relevance to the construct of race: The construct race and the innate differential / Peter Kilham and Peter H. Klopfer --
The distribution of genetic differences in behavioral potential in the human species / Benson E. Ginsburg and William S. Laughlin --
Behavior-genetic analysis and the study of man / Jerry Hirsch --
Boldness and judgment in behavior genetics / Herbert G. Birch --
2. Biological aspects of race in man: Race: the reflection of a biological historian / Loren Eiseley --
The genetic basis of human races / Bentley Glass --
The biological race concept as a research tool / Paul T. Baker --
3. Social and psychological aspects of race: The need to investigate average biological differences among racial groups / Dwight J. Ingle --
The need to end the pseudoscientific investigation of race / Morton H. Fried --
Some motivational determinants of racial differences in intellectual achievement / Irwin Katz --
Racial classifications: popular and scientific / Gloria A. Marshall.
|Responsibility:||Margaret Mead [and others], editors.|