Genes, Race, and Psychology in the Genome Era
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Articles in this issue
Genes, Race, and Psychology in the Genome Era: An Introduction
Anderson, Norman B.; Nickerson, Kim J.
Race and Ethnicity in the Genome Era: The Complexity of the Constructs
Bonham, Vence L.; Warshauer-Baker, Esther; Collins, Francis S.
Race as Biology Is Fiction, Racism as a Social Problem Is Real: Anthropological and Historical Perspectives on the Social Construction of Race
Smedley, Audrey; Smedley, Brian D.
The Meaning of Race in Psychology and How to Change It: A Methodological Perspective
Helms, Janet E.; Jernigan, Maryam; Mascher, Jackquelyn
In the Eye of the Storm: Race and Genomics in Research and Practice
Wang, Vivian Ota; Sue, Stanley
Intelligence, Race, and Genetics
Sternberg, Robert J.; Grigorenko, Elena L.; Kidd, Kenneth K.
Under the Skin: on the Impartial Treatment of Genetic and Environmental Hypotheses of Racial Differences
Rowe, David C.; Rodgers, Joseph (Ed)
Race and IQ: Molecular Genetics as Deus ex Machina
Cooper, Richard S.
The Use of Race Variables in Genetic Studies of Complex Traits and the Goal of Reducing Health Disparities: A Transdisciplinary Perspective
Shields, Alexandra E.; Fortun, Michael; Hammonds, Evelynn M.; King, Patricia A.; Lerman, Caryn; Rapp, Rayna; Sullivan, Patrick F.
Genes, Environment, and Race: Quantitative Genetic Approaches
Whitfield, Keith E.; McClearn, Gerald
Race and Genetics: Controversies in Biomedical, Behavioral, and Forensic Sciences
Ossorio, Pilar; Duster, Troy