Monthly Archives: September 2014

“If you don’t like it, don’t watch it”

There are usually silly comments I read on the internet, but this one makes me furious. I have a list of things I have seen on the Internet that I don’t like, but this one is very special. I think … Continue reading

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The study of deaf people since Braden (1994)

Earlier, I have reviewed Braden’s (1994) book, Deafness, Deprivation, and IQ. Considerable amount of studies have been conducted since then. The focus is on the validity of measures of intelligence among the deaf population, such as reliability, predictive validity, measurement … Continue reading

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MH’s book review of Deafness, Deprivation, and IQ (Braden 1994)

Jeffery P. Braden. (1994). Deafness, deprivation, and IQ. Springer. The book is a compilation of studies on deaf people, which concludes that cultural deprivation due to deafness lowers verbal IQ but not nonverbal IQ. Braden sought to prove Arthur Jensen … Continue reading

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Other empirical studies on the ABCT

My earlier post on the empirical evidence of the ABCT was already too long. In this article, I will only add the discussion on the studies not covered earlier. I do not want to post another article each time a … Continue reading

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