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IQ gains are persisting into the 21st century, particularly in the developing world: the 'Flynn effect' marches on! This exciting new book by James R. Flynn aims to make sense of the continued rise in IQ scores and considers what this tells us about our intelligence, our minds and society.
- $22.00 (A)
Do you know what economists mean when they refer to you as a "rational agent"? Or why a psychologist might label your idea a "creative insight"? After reading this book, you will know how the best and brightest thinkers judge the ways we decide, argue, solve problems, and tell right from wrong.
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