Originally Posted By: Bostonian
Originally Posted By: MegMeg
Originally Posted By: Bostonian
Many researchers thought it was Mainstream Science on Intelligence.

And the take-down of the WSJ article (including the cherry-picked and non-expert status of those researchers) is contained in that very same Wikipedia article.

Arthur Jensen, one of the signers, would meet anyone's definition of an expert on intelligence. His magnum opus "The g factor" cited "The Bell Curve" extensively. Julian Stanley, another signer, was a giant of gifted education. Someone knowledgeable about psychology, especially psychometrics, will recognize many of the names on that list.

From that list:

""Although the environment is important in creating IQ differences, we do not know yet how to manipulate it""

Well, if you are poor, you can increase IQ through the application of money.