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The role of nutrition in the development of intelligence.

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Psychometricians have discovered a trend showing that IQ scores in children have shown a significant rise over the past 50 years, and scores between white and minority students are converging. This  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 1557985030 9781557985033
OCLC Number: 605384308
Contents: Introduction - Rising Test Scores and What They mean; IQ Gains Over Time - Towards Finding the Causes; Environmental Complexity and the Flynn Effect; The Cultural Evolution of IQ; Are We Raising Smarter Kids Today? School and Home Related Influences on IQ; The Role of Nutrition in the Development of Intelligence; Nutrition and the Worldwide Rise in IQ Scores; In Support of the Nutrition Theory; Trends in Black-White Test Score Differentials - Uses and Misuses; Exploring the Rapid Rise in Black Achievement Scores in the United States; The Shrinking Gap Between High and Low Scoring Groups; Current Trends and Possible Causes; Trends in Black-White Test Score Differentials - the Wordsum Vocabulary Test; The Decline of Genotypic Intelligence; Problems in Inferring Dysgenic Trends for Intelligence; Differential Fertility by IQ and the IQ Distribution of a Population; Whither Dysgenics? Comments on Lynn and Preston.

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