Readers of this blog are offered specially reduced terms if they wish to attend the London Conference on Intelligence. The Conference begins on Friday 8th May at 2 pm and ends on Sunday 10th May at 1pm and takes place in central London.
A selection of the papers to be presented:
Evolution vs. culture as background factors for international intelligence differences
Spearman’s hypothesis: Hypothesis or Law?
By their words ye shall know them: Evidence of genetic selection against general intelligence and concurrent environmental enrichment in vocabulary usage since the mid 19th century
National-Level Indicators of Male Hormones (Androgen) Relate to the Global Distribution of number of Scientific Publications and Nobel Prizes
In chimpanzees, more g-loaded cognitive abilities are more heritable, evolvable, and exhibit more inter-individual variability
General and domain-related effects of prenatal methyl-mercury exposure
Admixture in the Americas
Intelligence and occupational achievement in the US
Does intelligence explain the overrepresentation of liberals and leftists in American academia?
Population Differences in Androgen levels: A test of the Differential K theory
A Meta-analysis of Roma Intelligence: an update
Intelligence is correlated more with higher non-verbal ability than with verbal ability
Using frequencies of GWAS hits to estimate selection pressure and to increase the statistical power of GWA studies;
Spearman’s hypothesis tested on group differences in personality
For readers, the Registration Fee is set at £15 to cover tea, coffee and biscuits and room hire. We don’t have facilities to take credit cards.
If you would like to attend, (this is written so as to confuse a robot) write to me at my electronic address, using my first and second names separated by a dot, then the at sign, and then ucl.ac.uk I will then send you further details.