There has been no shortage of contemporary research on gender differences in cognitive abilities (click here for prior IQs Corner posts), and g (general intelligence) in particular. Irwing has a new article "in press" that contributes to this literature, both by reinforcing some prior findings...but also being at variance with other. The introduction provides a nice brief overview of some of the reasons (primarily methodological) for difference on the male-female g-difference research.
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