The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Developmental psychology, Intelligence quotient, Demography, Psychometrics and Cognition. His Developmental psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Test, Raven's Progressive Matrices and Intellectual ability. His work deals with themes such as Non verbal intelligence and Meta-analysis, which intersect with Raven's Progressive Matrices.
His Intelligence quotient research includes elements of Standard deviation, Demographic economics, Educational attainment and Global inequality. His studies deal with areas such as Hierarchical structure of the Big Five, Psychiatry, El Niño, Flynn effect and Cross-cultural studies as well as Demography. The concepts of his Psychometrics study are interwoven with issues in Neurological Model, Structural equation modeling, Early childhood and Negative correlation.
His main research concerns Demography, Developmental psychology, Raven's Progressive Matrices, Intelligence quotient and Sample. Richard Lynn has included themes like Fertility, Ethnic group, Educational attainment and Race in his Demography study. The study of Educational attainment is intertwined with the study of Per capita income in a number of ways.
His Developmental psychology study focuses on Psychometrics in particular. His Raven's Progressive Matrices study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mathematics education and Standardization. He specializes in Intelligence quotient, namely Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children.
Richard Lynn mainly investigates Demography, Raven's Progressive Matrices, Sample, Developmental psychology and Sex differences in intelligence. The Demography study combines topics in areas such as Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, Fertility and Ethnic group. His work deals with themes such as Mathematics education and Refugee, which intersect with Raven's Progressive Matrices.
The various areas that Richard Lynn examines in his Sample study include Significant difference and Clinical psychology. His studies in Developmental psychology integrate themes in fields like Developing country and Flynn effect. His Flynn effect study is concerned with Intelligence quotient in general.
Richard Lynn mostly deals with Demography, Raven's Progressive Matrices, Developmental psychology, Fertility and Geography. His Demography study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Literacy. His Raven's Progressive Matrices research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mathematics education, Sample, Mean age and Heritability.
His work in Developmental psychology covers topics such as Sex differences in intelligence which are related to areas like Developmental stage theories and Environment and intelligence. The concepts of his Fertility study are interwoven with issues in Socioeconomics, Educational attainment and Infant mortality. Flynn effect is a subfield of Intelligence quotient that he explores.
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IQ and the Wealth of Nations
Richard Lynn;Tatu Vanhanen.
Attention, arousal and the orientation reaction
American Journal of Psychology (1968)
Gender differences in extraversion, neuroticism, and psychoticism in 37 nations.
Richard Lynn;Terence Martin.
Journal of Social Psychology (1997)
IQ and Global Inequality
Richard Lynn;Tatu Vanhanen.
Sex differences on the progressive matrices: A meta-analysis.
Richard Lynn;Paul Irwing.
IQ in Japan and the United States shows a growing disparity
Sex differences in intelligence and brain size: A paradox resolved
Personality and Individual Differences (1994)
A multifactorial approach to achievement motivation: The development of a comprehensive measure.
Tony Cassidy;Richard Lynn.
Journal of occupational psychology (1989)
Sex Differences in Intelligence and Brain Size: A Developmental Theory.
Sex differences in means and variability on the progressive matrices in university students: A meta-analysis
Paul Irwing;Richard Lynn.
British Journal of Psychology (2005)
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