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Subject:Re: "Facts is facts" and IQ tests From:Susan Fowler <sfowler -at- EJV -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 4 Nov 1994 13:30:49 EST
re: " Look at the reaction to
Herrnstein & Murray's new book THE BELL CURVE. The media are
overflowing with charges of "racism" against the authors who are
only guilty of having reported the results of decades of data on
Please don't confuse IQ or general intelligence with IQ _tests_. Stephen Jay
Gould wrote a very useful book about IQ testing, the politics and history
thereof, and the limits of the tests. (It's easy enough to study for IQ test,
by the way, and get a better score.)