- Introduction to Behavioral Genetics
- Linda Gottfredson’s Intelligence in Everyday Life Colloquium (EDUC 391)
- Geoffrey Miller’s Intelligence and Creativity
- Beaujean Intelligence Assessment (2009 Syllabus).
- Academic Earth – Why Are People Different?: Paul Bloom (Yale) on Differences
Intelligence is a part of psychology that is among the highest interest to the general public, policy makers, educators, economists, historians, sociologists, and many more.
From work performance, to marriage, school, crime, cooperation, health behavior, through to how much we value the future and life-span, intelligence is often the strongest single predictor available.
To get you started, here are few entrance points into Wikipedia’s shared knowledge on ability research. Much of it is based on research by ISIR members.
- Intelligence quotient
- Heritability of IQ
- Charles Spearman
- Francis Galton
- Twin study
- Inspection time
- Hick’s law
- Jensen Box
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