1. Genetics and intelligence differences: five special findings
An overview from 2015 covering some key questions and answers.
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2. Heritability in the genomics era – concepts and misconceptions
A guide to a term that is often misunderstood.
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3. The neuroscience of human intelligence differences
Excellent overview of the neuroscience of intelligence.
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4. Intelligence: Instant expert
Highly accessible overview of intelligence.
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5. Mainstream science on intelligence: An editorial with 52 signatories, history and bibliography
The article is a classic. It’s one of the best overviews of intelligence, its causes, and its consequences.
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6. Non-g factors predict educational and occupational criteria: More than g
The g factor is not the only useful thing to learn about! This article highlights the predictive power of non-g factors, including ‘ability tilt’ (tendency to be stronger in verbal or quantitative skills)
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7. Intelligence: Knowns and unknowns
A response to The Bell Curve by a task force convened by the Board of Scientific Affairs of the American Psychological Association.
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8. The Fourth Law of Behavior Genetics
Intelligence is not just one gene! The need for large samples explained clearly.
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9. Gene discovery and polygenic prediction from a genome-wide association study of educational attainment in 1.1 million individuals
This is the largest molecular genetic study of educational attainment.
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10. The causal influence of brain size on human intelligence: Evidence from within-family phenotypic associations and GWAS modeling.
Evidence is consistent with bigger brains causing higher intelligence.
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