Monthly Archives: March 2013

Holes in Colorism Hypothesis : NLSY97 Variables & Syntax

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Holes in Colorism Hypothesis : Add Health Syntax

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Holes in the Colorism Hypothesis

Introduction. If color-based discrimination becomes more intense at a later age, when darker-skinned individuals face discrimination in the labor market and thus depressing their economic opportunities at every level, for instance, the colorism hypothesis could have argued that IQ measured … Continue reading

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Cumulative Deficit in IQ of Blacks in the Rural South

Cumulative Deficit in IQ of Blacks in the Rural South ARTHUR R. JENSEN (1977) University of California, Berkeley The cumulative deficit hypothesis with respect to age decrement in IQ between the ages of 5 and 18 was investigated in large … Continue reading

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Educability and Group Differences (Jensen, 1973)

I scanned “Educability and Group Differences” (Arthur Jensen, 1973). Here is the download link (124 MB). As always, if the link is not working, for any reason, send me an email at mh19870410 @ gmail . com. I can refresh the link … Continue reading

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