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Eric Turkheimer's CV

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Reading Eric Turkheimer's CV gives me the uncomfortable feeling that I've fallen behind the research frontier in behavioral genetics. Just in the last few years, he's published dozens of careful papers (almost all available ungated from his webpage) that challenge the hardline Harris/Pinker view that genes are virtually the sole cause of family resemblance. Topics include marital instability, harsh punishment, and of course IQ. I'll probably be reading these papers for the next few weeks.


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Daniel Yokomizo writes:

His papers seem to very interesting. A dozen caught my eyes (and my time in the next couple of weeks). Thanks for the pointer.

Tim Lundeen writes:

The link to the IQ article is wrong, so not sure which article you meant to link to.

Bryan Caplan writes:
Tim Lundeen writes:

The link to the IQ article is wrong, so not sure which article you meant to link to.

Sorry, Tim, I fixed the link.
Patri Friedman writes:

Let us know what you learn.

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