A list of papers of HV’s bloggers, as authors or co-authors.


Malloy, J. (2008). James Watson tells the inconvenient truth: Faces the consequences. Medical Hypotheses, 70(6), 1081-1091.


Dalliard, M. (2014). The Elusive X-Factor: A Critique of J. M. Kaplan’s Model of Race and IQ. Open Differential Psychology.
Fuerst, J., & Kirkegaard, E. O. (2014). Do national IQs predict us immigrant cognitive ability and outcomes? an analysis of the national longitudinal survey of freshman. Open Differential Psychology.
Fuerst, J. (2014). Ethnic/race differences in aptitude by generation in the United States: An exploratory meta-analysis. Open Differential Psychology.
Fuerst, J., & Dalliard, M. (2014). Genetic and Environmental Determinants of IQ in Black, White, and Hispanic Americans: A Meta-analysis and New Analysis. Open Behavioral Genetics, 201(4).
Kirkegaard, E. O., & Fuerst, J. (2014). Educational attainment, income, use of social benefits, crime rate and the general socioeconomic factor among 70 immigrant groups in Denmark. Open Differential Psychology.


Fuerst, J. (2015). The Nature of Race: The Genealogy of the Concept and the Biological Construct’s Contemporaneous Utility. Open Behavioral Genetics.


Fuerst, J., & Kirkegaard, E. O. (2016). The Genealogy of Differences in the Americas. Mankind Quarterly, 56(3), 425.
Fuerst, J., & Kirkegaard, E. O. (2016). Admixture in the Americas: Regional and National Differences. Mankind Quarterly, 56(3), 255.
Kirkegaard, E. O., & Fuerst, J. (2016). Inequality in the United States: Ethnicity, racial admixture and environmental causes. Mankind Quarterly, 56(4), 580.
Wang, M., Fuerst, J., & Ren, J. (2016). Evidence of dysgenic fertility in China. Intelligence, 57, 15-24.


Kirkegaard, E. O., Wang, M., & Fuerst, J. (2017). Biogeographic ancestry and socioeconomic outcomes in the Americas: A meta-analysis. bioRxiv, 055681.
Fuerst, J. (2017). Lineage population: A concept needed by an observer of nature?. Mankind Quarterly, 57(4).
Hu, M. (2017). Modeling the Spearman’s Hypothesis using MGCFA: The Woodcock-Johnson data. Unpublished.
Hu, M. (2017). An update on the secular narrowing of the Black-White gap in the Wordsum vocabulary test (1974-2012). Mankind Quarterly, 58(2), 324-354.
Kirkegaard, E. O., & Fuerst, J. (2017). Admixture in Argentina. Mankind Quarterly, 57(4), 542.


Al-Bursan, I. S., Kirkegaard, E. O., Fuerst, J., Bakhiet, S. F. A., Al Qudah, M. F., Hassan, E. M. A. H., & Abduljabbar, A. S. (2018). Sex differences in 32,347 Jordanian 4th graders on the National Exam of Mathematics. Journal of Individual Differences.
Lynn, R., Fuerst, J., & Kirkegaard, E. O. (2018). Regional differences in intelligence in 22 countries and their economic, social and demographic correlates: A review. Intelligence, 69, 24-36.
Pesta, B., Fuerst, J., & Kirkegaard, E. O. (2018). Bibliometric keyword analysis across seventeen years (2000–2016) of intelligence articles. Journal of Intelligence, 6(4), 46.


Fuerst, J. G., Lynn, R., & Kirkegaard, E. O. (2019). The Effect of Biracial Status and Color on Crystallized Intelligence in the US-Born African–European American Population. Psych, 1(1), 44-54.
Hu, M., Lasker, J., Kirkegaard, E. O., & Fuerst, J. G. (2019). Filling in the gaps: The association between intelligence and both color and parent-reported ancestry in the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997. Psych, 1(1), 240-261.
Kirkegaard, E. O., Williams, R. L., Fuerst, J., & Meisenberg, G. (2019). Biogeographic Ancestry, Cognitive Ability and Socioeconomic Outcomes. Psych, 1(1), 1-25.
Lasker, J., Pesta, B. J., Fuerst, J. G., & Kirkegaard, E. O. (2019). Global Ancestry and Cognitive Ability. Psych, 1(1), 431-459.
Pesta, B. J., Fuerst, J., Kirkegaard, E. O., & Papaleo, B. (2019). Does intelligence explain national score variance on graduate admissions exams?. Intelligence, 73, 8-15.


Pesta, B. J., & Fuerst, J. (2020). Measured Cognitive Differences among UK adults of Different Ethnic Backgrounds: Results from National Samples. Preprints.
Pesta, B. J., Fuerst, J. G., Piffer, D., & Kirkegaard, E. O. (2020). Intelligence-associated Polygenic Scores Predict g, Independent of Ancestry, Parental Educational Levels, and Color among Hispanics in comparison to European, European-African, and African Americans. bioRxiv.
Pesta, B. J., Fuerst, J., & Kirkegaard, E. O. W. (2020). County-level USA: No robust relationship between geoclimatic variables and cognitive ability. Journal of Geographical Research, 04(1).
Pesta, B. J., Kirkegaard, E. O., te Nijenhuis, J., Lasker, J., & Fuerst, J. G. (2020). Racial and ethnic group differences in the heritability of intelligence: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Intelligence, 78, 101408.


Fuerst, J. G., Hu, M., & Connor, G. (2021). Genetic Ancestry and General Cognitive Ability in a Sample of American Youths. Mankind Quarterly, 62(1).
Fuerst, J. G., Kirkegaard, E. O., & Piffer, D. (2021). More research needed: There is a robust causal vs. confounding problem for intelligence-associated polygenic scores in context to admixed American populations. Mankind Quarterly, 62(1), 151-185.
Fuerst, J. G. (2021). Robustness Analysis of African Genetic Ancestry in Admixture Regression Models of Cognitive Test Scores. Mankind Quarterly, 62(2), 396-413.
Fuerst, J. G., & Connor, G. (2021). Reply to Commentaries of Frost and Meisenberg. Mankind Quarterly, 62(2), 391-395.
Lynn, R., & Fuerst, J. G. (2021). Recent Studies of Ethnic Differences in the Cognitive Ability of Adolescents in the United Kingdom. Mankind Quarterly, 61(4).
Pesta, B.J., Fuerst, J.F. & Shibaev, V. (2021). Research practices in differential psychology: Comments and a correction to Winston. Азимут научных исследований: педагогика и психология, 10(2), 395–398.


Fuerst, J., te Nijenhuis, J., Shibaev, V., & Kirkegaard, E. O. W. (2022). A Genetic Hypothesis for American Race/Ethnic differences in mean g: A Reply to Warne (2021) with Fifteen New Empirical Tests Using the ABCD Dataset. Preprints.
Hu, M. (2022). More Evidence of an Association between European Ancestry and g among African Americans: An Analysis of a Nationally Representative Sample of American Youth. Mankind Quarterly, 62(3), 498-507.
Hu, M. (2022). Does Mother’s Involvement Matter for The Cognitive Development of Interracial Children? Testing the Race of the Mother Hypothesis. OpenPsych.
Pesta, B. J., te Nijenhuis, J., Lasker, J., Kirkegaard, E. O. W., & Fuerst, J. (2022). Debunking Giangrande and Turkheimer (2021): Every Dogma has its Day. Preprints.