Richard Haier

Richard Haier

Richard Haier is Professor Emeritus, University of California, Irvine, editor-in-chief of Intelligence, a scientific journal, and author of The Neuroscience of Intelligence (Cambridge University Pres

Every Schoolchild Should Read This Book

Every Schoolchild Should Read This Book

A review of Innate: How the Wiring of Our Brains Shapes Who We Are by Kevin J. Mitchell. Princeton University Press (October 16, 2018) 304 pages. Kevin Mitchell’s Innate: How the Wiring of Our Brains Shapes Who We Are is a book for high school students. And I mean

Richard Haier
Richard Haier
intelligence
VOX Goes From “junk” To “no good”: That’s a Bit of Intelligent Progress

VOX Goes From “junk” To “no good”: That’s a Bit of Intelligent Progress

I dislike writing responses to articles I feel need correction or clarification. As a journal editor, I do it frequently. In this case, I’m writing a response to a response about responses to a response. By way of introducing this piece, VOX published a critical article about a podcast

Richard Haier
Richard Haier
Art and Culture
No Voice at VOX: Sense and Nonsense about Discussing IQ and Race

No Voice at VOX: Sense and Nonsense about Discussing IQ and Race

Sam Harris, a noted commentator, recently had a podcast discussion with Charles Murray about the reaction to the publication of The Bell Curve in 1994. It is an informative, respectful discussion and I urge you to listen to it. Shortly after this podcast, the popular online news site VOX.com,

Richard Haier
Richard Haier
Science / Tech