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An Intelligent Treatise on Human Intelligence: IQ and Human Intelligence, by N.J. Mackintosh. 1998. New York: Oxford University Press. 419 pp.; $35.00 (PB), $98.00 (HB).

  • R.W. Butler (a1)
    • Published online: 05 March 2001
Abstract

This is a very good book, perhaps even an excellent book. Professor Mackintosh is, interestingly, a well respected experimental psychologist who practices in the field of animal learning. His text, The Psychology of Animal Learning, is somewhat of a classic in the field. Thus, one wonders why Professor Mackintosh would take on the behemoth of the IQ ideology given his background. Indeed, the study of human intelligence is a subspecialty of psychology in its own right. I suspect Professor Mackintosh's motivation lies in the intellectual and academic challenge of this pursuit, and his resultant product reflects a true scholarly effort.

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Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society
  • ISSN: 1355-6177
  • EISSN: 1469-7661
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