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BF431.E62 1979
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TITLE: Environment, heredity, and intelligence. / Compiled from the Harvard educational review.
SERIES: Harvard educational review. Reprint series, no. 2
SERIES: Harvard educational review. Reprint series ; no. 2.
PUBLISHED: [Cambridge : Harvard Educational Review, 1979].
DESCRIPTION: 246 p. : illus. ; 26 cm.
NOTES: Includes bibliographies.
NOTES: How much can we boost IQ and scholastic achievement? By A. R. Jensen.--Inadequate evidence and illogical conclusions, by J. S. Kagan.--Has compensatory education failed? Has it been attempted? By J. M. Hunt.--Genetic theories and influences: comments on the value of diversity, by J. F. Crow.--The future of individual differences,
NOTES: by C. Bereiter.--Piagetian and psychometric conceptions of intelligence, by D. Elkind.--Heredity, environment and educational policy, by L. J. Cronbach.--A letter from the South, by W. F. Brazziel.--Reducing the heredity-environment uncertainty, by A. R. Jensen.
SUBJECT: Intellect--Genetic aspects.
SUBJECT: Nature and nurture.
SUBJECT: Socially handicapped children--Education.

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