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#21
Anyone have this? http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25224...t=Abstract

Looks like this might be the first paper to demonstrate that some of the same SNPs associated with physical brain structure are also implicated in (verbal) IQ scores.

[Edit] Never mind, I managed to dig it up. Here it is if anyone else wants it too.


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.pdf   Toro et al. (2014) Human neuroanatomical diversity genomic architecture.pdf (Size: 618.21 KB / Downloads: 615)
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#22
Can anyone find a copy of the paper below?

Revue Française de Sociologie Cover
Ichou,Mathieu (2013), “Différences d’origine et origine des différences : les résultats scolaires des enfants d’émigrés/immigrés en France du début de l’école primaire à la fin du collège,” Revue française de sociologie, Vol. 54, Issue 1, pp. 5-52.

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#23
My uni stopped subscribing to that French journal in 2010. Sorry.

I note however there is an English version too. http://cairn-int.info/resume.php?ID_ARTI...S_541_0005

Perhaps just email the author and ask for a copy.
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#24
(2014-Sep-18, 15:33:27)Emil Wrote: My uni stopped subscribing to that French journal in 2010. Sorry.

I note however there is an English version too. http://cairn-int.info/resume.php?ID_ARTI...S_541_0005

Perhaps just email the author and ask for a copy.


We should also take a look at this book when it comes out:

Heath, Anthony F. and Yae¨l Brinbaum, eds. Forthcoming. Unequal Attainments. Ethnic Educational Inequalities in Ten Western Countries. Oxford: Proceedings of the British Academy

I attached a paper which discusses some of the results.


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.pdf   Gender Inequalities in the Education of the Second Generation.pdf (Size: 280.55 KB / Downloads: 733)
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#25
Looks useful. Perhaps email her and kindly ask for the data for further analysis.
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#26
(2014-Sep-18, 22:07:02)Emil Wrote: Looks useful. Perhaps email her and kindly ask for the data for further analysis.


Does anyone have access to:

"Differential outcomes in high-stakes eleven plus testing: the role of gender, geography, and assessment design in Trinidad and Tobago."

I would like to see if regional % ancestry is associated with score differences in T & T.

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#27
"Differential outcomes in high-stakes eleven plus testing: the role of gender, geography, and assessment design in Trinidad and Tobago."


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.pdf   0969594x%2E2011%2E568934.pdf (Size: 339.41 KB / Downloads: 1,732)
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#28
Can anyone find a copy of this?
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.10...DFdo_ldVVU

(Apparently, there's even a data file floating around:
http://courses.ttu.edu/isqs5349-westfall...lea567.htm)
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#29
My uni. only has access to that journal from '97 and onwards. The author is apparently dead, so we can't ask her. http://www.justgiving.com/remember/64572/Florisse-Kysel

Look promising tho.
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#30
File has PDF and all supplementary materials.


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.7z   Defining the role of common variation in the genomic and biological architecture of adult human height.7z (Size: 4.8 MB / Downloads: 547)
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