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April 04, 2004

Galtonian Revolution, redux

In my last post, I mentioned I was impressed that AAAS and APA had developed behavior genetics (BG) working groups. Now, even more to my amazement, APA has devoted an issue of the Monitor, their monthly newsletter, to BG. This periodical is delivered to all APA members, including the SPSSI, the group that was largely behind the small movement to have Arthur Jensen thrown out of the APA a while back.

My favorite quote, from the Gender Bender article, is this

prenatal sex differentiation can at least sometimes trump social influences.

Like I said, the the Galtonian Revolution may be slow, but it is coming.

Posted by A. Beaujean at 01:55 AM