Race and Sex Differences in Intelligence and Personality: A Tribute to Richard Lynn at Eighty

Editor: Helmuth Nyborg

This collection of papers by eminent authors, first published in Personality and Individual Differences journal to mark the eightieth birthday of Richard Lynn, celebrates and contextualises his lifetime contribution to knowledge in this controversial field of study.
Authors include Gerhard Meisenberg. Heiner Rindermann and the late J. Phillippe Rushton.
Also included are a preface by the editor and a conversation between Richard Lynn and Helmuth Nyborg.

Reviewers' comments

"In Richard Lynn's work we have the stuff Nobel prizes are made of."
Helmuth Nyborg, University of Arhus, Denmark

"In his long and brilliant career, Richard Lynn has made significant scientific contributions to many areas of intelligence research and differential psychology"
Satoshi Kanazawa, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

"Richard Lynn's work is to intellectual group differences as Charles Darwin's was to biology."
Donald Templer, Alliance International University (retired), California

"Richard Lynn has considerably advanced studies on sex differences. He has asked some simple but fundamental questions and given convincing answers relying on the research results of many studies."
Jaan Mikk, University of Tartu, Estonia

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  • 370 Pages
  • ISBN 9780957391338 (paper cover)
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  • Published by Ulster Institute for Social Research, London with the permission of Elsevier B.V.


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