Sunday, November 23, 2008

IQ pipeline #1: Intelligence articles

Below is the current list of manuscripts published in the latest issue (Vol 36, No. 6; 2008) of Intelligence. Some very interesting reading coming. If any reader see's a manuscript they are dying to read, and would be interested in securing a pdf copy now, in exchange for writing a guest blog post here at IQ's me via my email -

The geography of IQ
Garry A. Gelade

Sex differences in latent cognitive abilities ages 6 to 59: Evidence from the Woodcock–Johnson III tests of cognitive abilities
Timothy Z. Keith, Matthew R. Reynolds, Puja G. Patel, Kristen P. Ridley

Does test anxiety induce measurement bias in cognitive ability tests?
Charlie L. Reeve, Silvia Bonaccio

Do twins have lower cognitive ability than singletons?
Dinand Webbink, Danielle Posthuma, Dorret I. Boomsma, Eco J.C. de Geus, Peter M. Visscher

Childhood intelligence predicts voter turnout, voting preferences, and political involvement in adulthood: The 1970 British Cohort Study
Ian J. Deary, G. David Batty, Catharine R. Gale

A note on sex differences in mental rotation in different age groups
Christian Geiser, Wolfgang Lehmann, Michael Eid

Intellectual competence and academic performance: Preliminary validation of a model
Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Adriane Arteche

Investigating the ‘g’-saturation of various stratum-two factors using automatic item generation
Martin E. Arendasy, Andreas Hergovich, Markus Sommer

Working memory and intelligence are highly related constructs, but why?
Roberto Colom, Francisco J. Abad, Mª Ángeles Quiroga, Pei Chun Shih, Carmen Flores-Mendoza

Neural substrates of the Topology Test to measure fluid reasoning: An fMRI study
Hiromi Masunaga, Ryuta Kawashima, John L. Horn, Yuko Sassa, Atsushi Sekiguchi

Beauty and intelligence may – or may not – be related
Kevin Denny

Domain-specific and domain-general learning factors are expressed in genetically heterogeneous CD-1 mice
Stefan Kolata, Kenneth Light, Louis D. Matzel

Intelligence and birth order in boys and girls
Dorret I. Boomsma, Toos C.E.M. van Beijsterveld, A. Leo Beem, Rosa A. Hoekstra, Tinca J.C. Polderman, Meike Bartels

Stereotype threat as validity threat: The anxiety–sex–threat interaction
Ana R. Delgado, Gerardo Prieto

Which working memory functions predict intelligence?
Klaus Oberauer, Heinz-Martin Süß, Oliver Wilhelm, Werner W. Wittmann

Recruitment modeling: An analysis and an application to the study of male–female differences in intelligence
Earl Hunt, Tara Madhyastha

Inspection Time: A biomarker for cognitive decline
Tess Gregory, Ted Nettelbeck, Sara Howard, Carlene Wilson

Working memory, visual–spatial-intelligence and their relationship to problem-solving
Markus Bühner, Stephan Kröner, Matthias Ziegler

Survey of opinions on the primacy of g and social consequences of ability testing: A comparison of expert and non-expert views
Charlie L. Reeve, Jennifer E. Charles

Recently-derived variants of brain-size genes ASPM, MCPH1, CDK5RAP and BRCA1 not associated with general cognition, reading or language
Timothy C. Bates, Michelle Luciano, Penelope A. Lind, Margaret J. Wright, Grant W. Montgomery, Nicholas G. Martin

Science in elementary school: Generalist genes and school environments
Claire M.A. Haworth, Yulia Kovas, Philip S. Dale, Robert Plomin

The quest for item types based on information processing: An analysis of Raven's Advanced Progressive Matrices, with a consideration of gender differences
François Vigneau, Douglas A. Bors

IQ, cultural values, and the technological achievement of nations
Garry A. Gelade

SAT and ACT predict college GPA after removing g
Thomas R. Coyle, David R. Pillow

An ethnographic approach to studying practical intelligence: A Review of Gang Leader for a Day .S. Venkatesh, Editor, Gang leader for a day, Penguin, New York (2008) ISBN 978-1594201509.731
Robert J. Sternberg

Richard Lynn and Tatu Vanhanen, IQ and global inequality , Washington Summit Publishers, Augusta, GA (2006) (Pp. xx+400), ISBN:978-1-59368-025-1 (hard cover) 978-1-59368-024-4 (paperback).
Michael A. McDaniel

Behavioral Genetics, 5th Edition, Robert Plomin, John C. DeFries, Gerald E. McClearn, Peter McGuffin, New York, NY: Worth Publishers, ISBN-10: 1-4292-0577-6, ISBN-13: 978-1-4292-057, XVIII introductory pages, 505 text pages.
Wendy Johnson
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