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With fast-paced storytelling, freelance journalist Murdoch traces now ubiquitous but still controversial attempts to measure intelligence to its origins in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He
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IQ: the brilliant idea that failed'
Review of `IQ: the brilliant idea that failed' by Stephen Murdoch, published by Duckworth Overlook, London.
Reviewer: Palmer, W. P.
Strange - the title of the book on the title page is `IQ: a smart history of a failed idea' whereas it is entitled `IQ: the brilliant idea that failed'...
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