Galton’s legacy to research on intelligence

Journal of Biosocial Science 34 (2):145-172 (2002)

Abstract

In the 1999 Galton Lecture for the annual conference of The Galton Institute, the author summarizes the main elements of Galtongenerals original and largely intuitive ideas, which still inspire mainstream scientific research on intelligence

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