Works

Art was an incredibly active researcher, publishing over 400 non-books and 7 books. He still published papers right up till his death in 2012. Art had many political opponents who attempted to silence him with bomb and death threats, by disrupting lectures, by removing his works from libraries and much more. But he kept on.

Below you will find all the works Art Jensen published that we have been able to find. Most of the works have PDFs. If you know of anything we don’t have, be sure to send us an email!

Books

Journal papers, book chapters and the like

  1. Symonds, P. M., and Jensen, A. R. (1955). A review of six textbooks in educational psychology. Journal of Educational Psychology, 46, 56-64.
  2. Jensen, A. R. (1956). Aggression in fantasy and overt behavior. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Columbia University, New York.
  3. Jensen, A. R. (1957). Aggression in fantasy and overt behavior. Psychological Monographs, 11, No. 445, Whole No. 16.
  4. Jensen, A. R. (1957). Authoritarian attitudes and personality maladjustment. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 54, 303—311.
  5. Pope, B„ and Jensen, A. R. (1957). The Rorschach as an index of pathological thinking. Journal of Projective Techniques, 21, 59—62.
  6. Jensen, A. R. (1958). Personality. Annual Review of Psychology, 9, 295—322.
  7. Jensen, A. R. (1958). The Maudsley Personality Inventory. Acta Psychologica, 14, 312-325. Reprinted in: Savage, R. D. (Ed.), Readings in Clinical Psychology. Pergamon Press, 1958.
  8. Symonds, P. M„ and Jensen, A. R. (1958). The predictive significance of fantasy. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 28, 73—84.
  9. Jensen, A. R. (1959). The reliability of projective techniques: Review of the literature. Acta Psychologica, 16, 3-31.
  10. Jensen, A. R. (1959). The reliability of projective techniques: Methodology. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Co. Pp. 32—67.
  11. Jensen, A. R. (1959). A statistical note on racial differences in the Progressive Matrices. Journal of Consulting Psychology, 23, 272.
  12. Jensen, A. R. (1959). Review of the Thematic Apperception Test. In O. K. Buros (Ed.), Fifth mental measurements yearbook. Highland Park, NJ: Gryphon Press. Pp. 310-313.
  13. Jensen, A. R. (1959). Review of the Family Relations Test. In O. K. Buros (Ed.), Fifth mental measurements yearbook. Highland Park, NJ: Gryphon Press. Pp. 227-228.
  14. Jensen, A. R. (1959). Review of Perceptual processes and mental illness, by H. J. Eysenck, G. W. Granger, and J. D. Brengelmann. Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 128, 469—471.
  15. Jensen, A. R. (I960). Holistic personality. Review of Understanding personalities, by R. Leeper and P. Madison. Contemporary Psychology, 5, 353—355.
  16. Jensen, A. R. (I960). Some criticisms of automated teaching. California Journal of Instructional Improvement, 3, 32—35.
  17. Jensen, A. R. (I960). Teaching machines and individual differences. Automated Teaching Bulletin, l, 12—16. Reprinted in: Smith, W. I., and Moore, J. W. (Eds.), Programmed learning. New York: Van Nostrand, 1962. Pp. 218—226.
  18. Jensen, A. R. (1961). On the Reformulation of Inhibition in Hull’s System. Psychological Bulletin, 58, 274—298.
  19. Jensen, A. R. (1961). Learning abilities in Mexican-American and Anglo-American children. California Journal of Educational Research, 12, 147—159.
  20. Symonds, P. M., and Jensen, A. R. (1961). From adolescent to adult. New York: Columbia University Press. Pp. viii 4- 413.
  21. Jensen, A. R. (1962). The von Restorff isolation effect with minimal response learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 64, 123—125.
  22. Jensen, A. R. (1962). An empirical theory of the serial-position effect. Journal of Psychology, 53, 127—142.
  23. Jensen, A. R. (1962). Temporal and spatial effects of serial position. American Journal of Psychology, 75, 390-400. Reprinted in: Slamecka, N. J. (Ed.), Human learning and memory: Selected Readings. New York: Oxford University Press, 1967. Pp. 117-124.
  24. Jensen, A. R. (1962). Is the serial position curve invariant? British Journal of Psychology, 53, 159—166.
  25. Jensen, A. R. (1962). Transfer between paired-associate and serial learning. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, l, 269—280.
  26. Jensen, A. R. (1962). Spelling errors and the serial-position effect. Journal of Educational Psychology, 53, 105—109. Reprinted in: Otto, W., and Koenke, K. (Eds.), Readings on corrective and remedial teaching. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1969. Pp. 346-352.
  27. Jensen, A. R. (1962). Extraversion, neuroticism, and serial learning. Acta Psychologica, 20, 69—77.
  28. Jensen, A. R. (1962). The improvement of educational research. Teachers College Record, 64, 20—27. Reprinted in: Education Digest, 1963, 28, 18—22.
  29. Jensen, A. R. (1962). Review of Programmed learning: Evolving principles and industrial applications. Foundation for Research on Human Behavior, edited by J. P. Lysaught. Contemporary Psychology, 7, 33.
  30. Jensen, A. R. (1962). Reinforcement psychology and individual differences. California Journal of Educational Research, 13, 174—178.
  31. Jensen, A. R., and Blank, S. S. (1962). Association with ordinal position in serial rote-learning. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 16, 60—63.
  32. Jensen, A. R., Collins, C. C., and Vreeland, R. W. (1962). A multiple S-R apparatus for human learning. American Journal of Psychology, 75, 470—476.
  33. Jensen, A. R. (1963). Serial rote-learning: Incremental or all-or-none? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 15, 27—35.
  34. Jensen, A. R. (1963). Learning abilities in retarded, average, and gifted children. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 9, 123-140. Reprinted in: DeCecco, J. P. (Ed.), Educational technology: Reading in programmed instruction. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, Inc., 1964. Pp. 356—375.
  35. Jensen, A. R. (1963). Learning in the preschool years .Journal of Nursery Education, 18, 133—139. Reprinted in: Hartup,W. W., and Smothergill, Nancy L. (Eds.), The young child: Reviews of research. Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children, 1967. Pp. 125—135.
  36. Jensen, A. R„ and Roden, A. (1963). Memory span and the skewness of the serial-position curve. British Journal of Psychology, 54, 337—349
  37. Jensen, A. R., and Rohwer, W. D., Jr. (1963). Verbal mediation in paired-associate and serial learning. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, l, 346—352.
  38. Jensen, A. R., and Rohwer, W. D., Jr. (1963). The effect of verbal mediation on the learning and retention of paired-associates by retarded adults. American Journal of Mental Dfficiency, 68, 80—84.
  39. Jensen, A. R. (1964). The Rorschach technique: A re-evaluation. Acta Psychohgica, 22, 60-77.
  40. Jensen, A. R. (1964). Learning, briefly. Review of Learning: A survey of psychological interpretations, by W. F. Hill. Contemporary Psychology, 9, 228—229.
  41. Jensen, A. R. (1965). An adjacency effect in free recall. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 11, 315—322.
  42. Jensen, A. R. (1965). Rote learning in retarded adults and normal children. American Journal of Mental Dfficiency, 69, 828—834.
  43. Jensen, A. R. (1965). Individual Differences in Learning: Interference Factor Cooperative Research Project No. 1867, U.S. Office of Education. Pp. I—160.
  44. Jensen, A. R. (1965). Scoring the Stroop Test. Acta Psychohgica, 24, 398—408.
  45. Jensen, A. R. (1965). Review of the Maudsley Personality Inventory. In O. K. Buros (Ed.), Sixth mental measurements yearbook. Highland Park, NJ: Gryphon Press. Pp. 288—291.
  46. Jensen, A. R. (1965). Review of the Rorschach Test. In O. K. Buros (Ed.), Sixth mental measurements yearbook. Highland Park, NJ: Gryphon Press. Pp. 501—509. Reprinted in: Bracht, G. H., Hopkins, K., and Stanley, J. C. (Eds.), Perspectives in education and psychological measurement. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1972. Pp. 292— 311.
  47. Jensen, A. R. (1965). Review of the Make a Picture Story Test. In O. K. Buros (Ed.), Sixth mental measurements yearbook. Highland Park, NJ: Gryphon Press. Pp. 468-470.
  48. Jensen, A. R., and Rohwer, W D„ Jr. (1965). Syntactical mediation of serial and paired-associate learning as a function of age. Child Development, 36, 601—608.
  49. Jensen, A. R„ and Rohwer, W. D„ Jr. (1965). What is learned in serial learning? Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 4, 62—72. Reprinted in: Slamecka, N.J. (Ed.), Human learning and memory. New York: Oxford University Press, 1967. Pp. 98-110.
  50. Battig, W. F., Allen, M., and Jensen, A. R. (1965). Priority of free recall of newly learned items. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 4, 175—179.
  51. Jensen, A. R. (1966). The measurement of reactive inhibition in humans. Journal of General Psychology, 75, 85—93.
  52. Jensen, A. R. (1966). Social class and perceptual learning. Mental Hygiene, 50, 226—239. Reprinted in: Rogers, Dorothy (Ed.), Readings in child psychology. New York: Brooks-Cole Publishing Co., 1969.
  53. Jensen, A. R. (1966). Individual differences in concept learning. In H. Klausmeier and C. Harris (Eds.), Analyses of concept learning. New York: Merrill, 1966. Pp. 139—154. Reprinted in: Butcher, H. J., and Lomax, L., Readings in human intelligence. London: Methuen, 1971. Pp. 100—114.
  54. Jensen, A. R. (1966). Cumulative deficit in compensatory education. Journal of School Psychology, 4, 2)7—47.
  55. Jensen, A. R. (1966). Verbal mediation and educational potential. Psychology in the Schools, 3, 99—109. Reprinted in: Torrance, E. P., and White, W. F. (Eds.), Issues and advances in educational psychology. (2nd Ed.). Itasca, IL: F. E. Peacock, 1975. Pp. 175-188.
  56. Jensen, A. R. (1966). Conceptions and misconceptions about verbal mediation. In M. P. Douglas (Ed.), Claremont Reading Conference, Thirtieth Yearbook, Claremont Graduate School. Pp. 134—141.
  57. Jensen, A. R. (1966). Intensive, detailed, exhaustive. Review of Paired-associates learning: The role of meaningfulness, similarity and familiarization, by A. E. Goss and C. F. Nodine. Contemporary Psychology, 11, 379—380.
  58. Jensen, A. R., and Rohwer, W D., Jr. (1966). The Stroop Color-Word Test: A review. Acta Psychologica, 25, 3693.
  59. Jensen, A. R. (1967). Varieties of individual differences in learning. In R. M. Gagne (Ed.), Learning and individual differences. Columbus, OH: Merrill. Pp. 117—135. Reprinted in: Roweton, W. E. (Ed.), Humanistic trends in educational psychology. New York: Xerox Co., 1972.
  60. Jensen, A. R. (1967). Estimation of the limits of heritability of traits by comparison of monozygotic and dizygotic twins. Science, 156, 539. Abstract.
  61. Jensen, A. R. (1967). Estimation of the limits of heritability of traits by comparison of monozygotic and dizygotic twins. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 58, 149—156.
  62. Jensen, A. R. (1967). The culturally disadvantaged: Psychological and educational aspects. Educational Research, 10, 4—20.
  63. Jensen, A. R. (1967). How much can we boost IQ and scholastic achievement? Proceedings of the California Advisory Council on Educational Research.
  64. Jensen, A. R. (1968). Social class, race and genetics: Implications for education. American Educational Research Journal, 5, 1—42 Reprinted in: Gordon, I. J. (Ed.), Readings in research in developmental psychology. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman, and Co., 1971. Pp. 54—67.Clarizio, H. F., Craig, R. C., and Mehrens, W. H. (Eds.), Contemporary issues in educational psychology. New York: Allyn and Bacon, 1970.
  65. Jensen, A. R. (1968). Patterns of mental ability and socioeconomic status. Science, 160, 439. Abstract.
  66. Jensen, A. R. (1968). Patterns of mental ability and socioeconomic status. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 60, 1330—1337.
  67. Jensen, A. R. (1968). Social class and verbal learning. In M. Deutsch, I. Katz, and A. R. Jensen (Eds.), Social class, race, and psychological development. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. Pp. 115—174. Reprinted in: DeCecco, J. P. (Ed.), The psychology of language, thought, and instruction. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1967. Pp. 103—117.
  68. Jensen, A. R. (1968). The culturally disadvantaged and the heredity-environment uncertainty. In J. Hellmuth (Ed.), Disadvantaged child. Vol. 2. Seattle, WA: Special Child Publications. Pp. 29—76.
  69. Jensen, A. R. (1968). Another look at culture-fair testing. In Western Regional Conference on Testing Problems Proceedings for 1968, Measurement for Educational Planning. Berkeley, California: Educational Testing Service, Western Office. Pp. 50—104. Reprinted in: Hellmuth, J. (Ed.), Disadvantaged child. Vol. 3, Compensatory education: A national debate. New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1970. Pp. 53-101.
  70. Jensen, A. R. (1968). Influences of biological, psychological, and social deprivations upon learning and performance. In Perspectives on human deprivation. Washington, DC: US. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Pp. 125-137.
  71. Jensen, A. R. (1968). Discussion of Ernst Z. Rothkophs two scientific approaches to the management of instructions. In R. M. Gagne and W. J. Gephart (Eds.), Learning research and school subjects. Itasca, IL: F. E. Peacock. Pp. I34-I4I.
  72. Jensen, A. R. (1968). The biology of maladjustment. Review of Studies of troublesome children, by D. H. Stott. Contemporary Psychology, 13, 204—206.
  73. Jensen, A. R., and Rohwer, W. D„ Jr. (1968). Mental retardation, mental age, and learning rate. Journal of Educational Psychology, 59, 402—403.
  74. Deutsch, M., Katz, I., and Jensen, A. R. (Eds.). (1968). Social class, race, and psychological development. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. Pp. v + 423.
  75. Lee, S. S., and Jensen, A. R. (1968). Effect of awareness on 3-stage mediated association. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 1, 1005—1009.
  76. Jensen, A. R. (1969). How much can we boost IQ and scholastic achievement? Harvard Educational Review, 39, I—123. Reprinted in: Environment, heredity, and intelligence. Harvard Educational Review, Reprint Series No. 2, 1969. Pp. I—123. Congressional Record, May 28, 1969, Vol. 115, No. 88. Pp. H4270-4298. Bracht, G. H., Hopkins, K., and Stanley, J. C. (Eds.), Perspectives in educational and psychological measurement. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1972. Pp. 191-213. Barnette, W. L., Jr. (Ed.), Readings in psychological tests and measurements. (3rd ed.). Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1976. Pp. 370—380.
  77. Jensen, A. R. (1969). Reducing the heredity-environment uncertainty. Harvard Educational Review, 39, 449—483. Reprinted in: Environment, heredity, and intelligence. Harvard Educational Review, Reprint Series No. 2, 1969. Pp. 209—243.
  78. Jensen, A. R. (1969). Intelligence, learning ability, and socioeconomic status. Journal of Special Education, 3, 23-35. Reprinted in: Mental Health Digest, 1969, Z, 9-12.
  79. Jensen, A. R. (1969). Understanding readiness: An occasional paper. Urbana, IL: ERIC Clearinghouse on Early Childhood Education, National Laboratory on Early Childhood Education. Pp. I—17.
  80. Jensen, A. R. (1969). Jensen’s theory of intelligence: A reply. Journal of Educational Psychology, 60, 427—431.
  81. Jensen, A. R. (1969). The promotion of dogmatism. Journal of Social Issues, 25, 212-217.
  82. Jensen, A. R. (1969). Counter Response. Journal of Social Issues, 25, 219-222.
  83. Jensen, A. R. (1969). Criticism or propaganda? American Psychologist, 24, I040-I04I.
  84. Jensen, A. R. (1969). An embattled hypothesis [interview]. Center Magazine, 2, 77-80.
  85. Jensen, A. R. (1969). Education ills: Diagnosis and cure? Review of Who can be educated?, by M. Schwebel. Contemporary Psychology, M, 362-364.
  86. Jensen, A. R. (1969). Review of Pygmalion in the classroom, by R. Rosenthal and Lenore Jacobson. American Scientist, 51, 44A—45A.
  87. Jensen, A. R. (1969). Race and intelligence: The differences are real. Psychology Today, 3, 4—6. Reprinted in: Sexton, Patricia C. (Ed.), Problems and policy in education. New York: Allyn and Bacon, 1970.  Jacoby, R., and Glauberman, N. (Eds.) The Bell Curve debate: History, documents, opinions. New York: Random House, 1995.
  88. Rohwer, W. D„ Jr., and Jensen, A. R. (1969). A reply to Glass. Journal of Educational Psychology, 60, 417—418.
  89. Jensen, A. R. (1970). A theory of primary and secondary familial mental retardation. In N. R. Ellis (Ed.), International reviews, of research in mental retardation. Vol. 4. New York: Academic Press. Pp. 33—105.
  90. Jensen, A. R. (1970). Hierarchical theories of mental ability. In B. Dockrell (Ed.), On intelligence. Toronto: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Pp. 119-190.
  91. Jensen, A. R. (1970). IQ’s of identical twins reared apart. Behavior Genetics, l, 133-148. Reprinted in: Eysenck, H. J. (Ed.), The measurement of intelligence. Lancaster, UK: Medical and Technical Publishing Co., 1973. Pp. 273—288.
  92. Jensen, A. R. (1970). Race and the genetics of intelligence: A reply to Lewontin. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 26, 17—23. Reprinted in: Baer, D. (Ed.), Heredity and society: Readings in social genetics. New York: Macmillan, 1973. Pp. 300-311. Block, N. J., and Dworkin, G. (Eds.), The IQ controversy. New York: Pantheon, 1976. Pp. 93—106.
  93. Jensen, A. R. (1970). Can we and should we study race differences? In J. Hellmuth (Ed.), Disadvantaged child, Vol. 3, Compensatory education: A national debate. New York: Brunner/Mazel. Pp. 124—157. Reprinted in: Grigham, J. C., and Weissbach, T. A. (Eds.), Racial attitudes in America: Analysis and findings of social psychology. New York: Harper and Row, 1971. Pp. 401-434. Journal of the American Anthropological Association, 1971, Anthropological Studies. No. 8. Wrightsman, L. S., and Brigham, J. C. (Eds.), Contemporary issues in social psychology. (2nd ed.). Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole, 1973. Pp. 218—227.
  94. Jensen, A. R. (1970). Learning ability, intelligence, and educability. In V lien (Ed.), Psychological factors in poverty. Chicago: Markham. Pp. 106—132.
  95. Jensen, A. R. (1970). The heritability of intelligence. Science & Engineering, 33, 40—43. Reprinted in: Saturday Evening Post, Summer, 1972. Rubinstein, J., and Slife, B. D. (Eds.), Taking Sides: Clashing views on controversial psychological issues. Guilford, CT: Dushkin Publishing Group, 1980. Pp. 232—238. Zimbardo, R, and Maslach, C. (Eds.), Psychology for our times: Readings. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman, 1973. Pp. 129—134.
  96. Jensen, A. R. (1970). Statement of Dr. Arthur R. Jensen to the General Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, 92nd Congress, second session. Hearings on Emergency School Aid Act of 1970. (H.R. 17846). Washington DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. Pp. 333—342.
  97. Jensen, A. R. (1970). Review of Behavioral genetics: Methods and research, edited by M. Manosevitz, G. Lindzey, and D. D. Thiessen. Social Biology, 17, 151—152.
  98. Jensen, A. R. (1970). Parent and teacher attitudes toward integration and busing. Research Resume, No. 43, California Advisory Council on Educational Research, May 1970.
  99. Jensen, A. R. (1970). Selection of minority students in higher education. Toledo Law Review, Spring—Summer, Nos. 2 and 3, 304—457.
  100. Jensen, A. R., and Rohwer, W. D., Jr. (1970). An experimental analysis of learning abilities in culturally disadvantaged children. Final Report. Office of Economic Opportunity, Contract No. OEO 2404, 1970. Pp. 1—181.
  101. Jensen, A. R. (1971). Individual differences in visual and auditory memory. Journal of Educational Psychology, 62, 123—131.
  102. Jensen, A. R. (1971). Controversies in intelligence: Heredity and environment. In D. W. Allen and E. Seifman (Eds.), The teacher’s handbook. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman and Co. Pp. 642—654.
  103. Jensen, A. R. (1971). The role of verbal mediation in mental development. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 118, 39—70.
  104. Jensen, A. R. (1971). Heredity, environment, and intelligence. In L. C. Deighton (Ed.), Encyclopedia of education, Vol. 4. New York: MacmiHan. Pp. 368-380.
  105. Jensen, A. R. (1971). The race x sex x ability interaction. In R. Cancro (Ed.), Contributions to intelligence. New York: Grune and Stratton, 1971. Pp. 107—161.
  106. Jensen, A. R. (1971). Note on why genetic correlations are not squared. Psychological Bulletin, 15, 223—224.
  107. Jensen, A. R. (1971). Hebb’s confusion about heritability. American Psychologist, 26, 394-395
  108. Jensen, A. R. (1971). Twin differences and race differences in IQ: A reply to Burgess and Jahoda. Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 24, 195—198.
  109. Jensen, A. R. (1971). Erblicher I.Q. oder Pädagogischer Optimismus vor einem anderen Gericht. Neue Sammlung, 11, 71—76.
  110. Jensen, A. R. (1971). Do schools cheat minority children? Educational Research, 14, 3-28.
  111. Jensen, A. R. (1971). The phylogeny and ontogeny of intelligence. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 15, 37—43.
  112. Jensen, A. R. (1971). Heredity and environment: A controversy over IQ and scholastic achievement. In H. C. Lindgren and Fredrica Lindgren (Eds.), Current readings in educational psychology. (2nd ed.). New York: Wiley. Pp. 323-327.
  113. Jensen, A. R. (1972). A two-factor theory of familial mental retardation. In J. deGrouchy, F. J. G. Ebling, and I. W. Henderson (Eds.), Human genetics. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Human Genetics, Paris, September 1971. Amsterdam: Excerpta Medica, 1972. Pp. 263—271.
  114. Jensen, A. R. (1972). Review of Analysis of Learning Potential. In O. K. Buros (Ed.), Seventh mental measurements yearbook. Highland Park, NJ: Gryphon Press. Vol. I. Pp. 622-625.
  115. Jensen, A. R. (1972). The case for IQ tests: Reply to McClelland. The Humanist, 32, 14.
  116. Jensen, A. R. (1972). The causes of twin differences in IQ: A reply to Gage. Phi Delta Kappan, 53, 420—421.
  117. Jensen, A. R. (1972). Genetics and education: A second look. New Scientist, 56, 96-98.
  118. Jensen, A. R. (1972). Scholastic achievement and intelligence (Statement to the U. S. Senate Select Committee on Equal Educational Opportunity). In Environment, Intelligence, and Scholastic Achievement (A compilation of testimony to the Select Committee on Equal Educational Opportunity, United States Senate, 92nd Congress, 2nd Session, June 1972). Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. Pp. 55-68. Reprinted in: Saturday Evening Post, 1972, 244 (2), 150-152.
  119. Jensen, A. R. (1972). Interpretation of heritability. American Psychologist, 21, 973-975.
  120. Jensen, A. R. (1972). I.Q. and Race: Ethical issues. The Humanist, 32, 5—6.
  121. Jensen, A. R. (1972). Heritability and teachability. In J. E. Bruno (Ed.), Emerging issues in education. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath. Pp. 57—88.
  122. Jensen, A. R. (1972). Comment on De Fries’s paper. In Lee Ehrman, G. S. Omenn, and E. Caspari (Eds.), Genetics, environment, and behavior. New York: Academic Press, 1972. Pp. 23—25.
  123. Jensen, A. R. (1972). Discussion of Tobach’s paper. In Lee Ehrman, G. S. Omenn, and E. Caspari (Eds.), Genetics, environment, and behavior. New York: Academic Press, 1972. Pp. 240—246.
  124. Jensen, A. R. (1972). Educabilité, transmission héréditaire et différences entre populations. (Educability, heritability, and population differences.) Revue de Psychologie Appliqué, 22, 21—34.
  125. Jensen, A. R. (1972). Review of Race, culture and intelligence, edited by K. Richardson, D. Spears, and M. Richards. New Society, 491, 408—410.
  126. Jensen, A. R. (1972). Sir Cyril Burt [Obituary], Psychometrika, 37, 115—117.
  127. Jensen, A. R. (1972). Jensen on Hirsch on “jensenism.” Educational Researcher, l, 15-16.
  128. Jensen, A. R. (1972). Assessment of racial desegregation in the Berkeley Schools. In D. Adelson (Ed.), Man as the measure: The crossroads. (Community Psychology Series, No. I. American Psychological Association, Div. 27.) New York: Behavioral Publications, Inc. Pp. 116—133.
  129. Jensen, A. R. (1972). Educability, heritability, and population differences. Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Applied Psychology. Brussels, Belgium: Editest.
  130. Jensen, A. R. (1972). Letter-to-the-Editor on genetic IQ differences among social classes. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 116, 154—156.
  131. Jensen, A. R. (1972). Review of WLW Culture Fair Inventory. In O. K. Buros (Ed.), Seventh mental measurements yearbook. Highland Park, NJ: Gryphon Press, Vol. I. Pp. 720-721.
  132. Jensen, A. R. (1972). The IQ controversy: A reply to Layzer. Cognition, 4, 427-452.
  133. Jensen, A. R. (1972). Empirical basis of the periodic table of human cultures. In E. Haskell (Ed.), Full circle: The moral force of unified science. New York: Gordon and Breach, 1972. Pp. 156-164.
  134. Jensen, A. R. (1973). A case for dysgenics. The Journal: Forum fir Contemporary History, 2 (4), 1—6.
  135. Jensen, A. R. (1973). Some facts about the IQ. The Journal: Forum fir Contemporary History, 2 (7), 68.
  136. Jensen, A. R. (1973). Expanding the thesis: The IQ controversy. Review of IQ in the meritocracy, by R. J. Herrnstein. Book World, Chicago Tribune, June 24, 1973.
  137. Jensen, A. R. (1973). On “Jensenism”: A reply to critics. In B. Johnson (Ed.), Education yearbook, 1973-74. New York: Macmillan Educational Corporation. Pp. 276-298.
  138. Jensen, A. R. (1973). Race, intelligence and genetics: The differences are real. Psychology Today, 7, 80-86. Reprinted in: Durland, W. R., and Bruening, W. H. (Eds.). Ethical issues. Palo Alto, CA: Mayfield, 1975. Pp. 403—414. Whitehead, Joan M. (Ed.). Personality and learning l. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1975. Pp. 345—351. Schell, R. E. (Ed.). Readings in developmental psychology today. (2nd ed.). New York: Random House, 1977. Pp. 230—234. Brigham, J. C., and Wrightsman, L. S. (Eds.). Contemporary issues in social psychology. (3rd ed.). Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole, 1977.
  139. Jensen, A. R. (1973). Critics of the IQ. Review of The fallacy of IQ, edited by C. Senna. Georgia Review, 27, 439—445.
  140. Jensen, A. R. (1973). Personality and scholastic achievement in three ethnic groups. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 43, 115—125.
  141. Jensen, A. R. (1973). Let’s understand Skodak and Skeels, finally. Educational Psychologist, 10, 30—35.
  142. Jensen, A. R. (1973). Skinner and human differences. In H. Wheeler (Ed.), Beyond the punitive society. San Francisco: W. H. Freeman. Pp. 117-198.
  143. Jensen, A. R. (1973). Bildungsfähigkeit, Erblichkeit und Bevölkerungsunterschiede. Neue Anthropologie, 1, 37-43.
  144. Jensen, A. R. (1973). Level I and Level II abilities in three ethnic groups. American Educational Research Journal, 4, 263—276.
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  150. Jensen, A. R. (1974). Review of Genetic diversity and human equality, by Th. Dobzhansky. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 11, 430—434.
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  153. Jensen, A. R. (1974). Ethnicity and scholastic achievement. Psychological Reports, 34, 659-668.
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  172. Jensen, A. R. (1976). Twins’ IQ’s. A reply to Schwartz and Schwartz. Behavior Genetics, 6, 369—371.
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  181. Jensen, A. R. (1977). Did Sir Cyril Burt fake his research on heritability of intelligence? Phi Delta Kappan, 58, 471—492. Reprinted in: Education Digest, March 1977, 42, 43-45.
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  183. Jensen, A. R. (1978). Genetic and behavioral effects of nonrandom mating. In R.    T. Osborne, C. E. Noble, and N. Weyl (Eds.), Human variation. New York: Academic Press. Pp. 51—105.
  184. Jensen, A. R. (1978). Sex linkage and race differences in spatial ability: A reply. Behavioral Genetics, 8, 213—217.
  185. Jensen, A. R. (1978). Sir Cyril Burt in perspective. American Psychologist, 33, 499-503.
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  189. Jensen, A. R. (1978). Zum Stand des Streits um die Intelligenz. Neue Anthropologie, 6, 29—40.
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  192. Jensen, A. R. (1979). g: Outmoded theory or unconquered frontier? Creative Science and Technology, 2, 16—29.
  193. Jensen, A. R. (1979). Review of Inheritance of creative intelligence, by J. L. Karlsson. Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 167, 711—713.
  194. Jensen, A. R., and Marisi, D. Q. (1979). A note on the heritability of memory span. Behavior Genetics, 9, 379—387.
  195. Jensen, A. R., and Munro, E. (1979). Reaction time, movement time, and intelligence. Intelligence, 3, 121—126.
  196. Jensen, A. R., and Osborne, R. T. (1979). Forward and backward digit span interaction with race and IQ: A longitudinal developmental comparison. Indian Journal of Psychology, 54, 75—87.
  197. Jensen, A. R. (1980). Uses of sibling data in educational and psychological research. American Educational Research Journal, 17(2), 153—170.
  198. Jensen, A. R. (1980). Chronometric analysis of intelligence. Journal of Social and Biological Structures, 3, 103—122.
  199. Jensen, A. R. (1980). Précis of Bias in Mental Testing. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 3, 325-333.
  200. Jensen, A. R. (1980). Correcting the bias against mental testing: A preponderance of peer agreement. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 3, 359—371.
  201. Jensen, A. R. (1980). A critical took at test bias: Fallacies and manifestations. New Horizons, 21, 44—64.
  202. Jensen, A. R., and Inouye, A. R. (1980). Level I and Level II abilities in Asian, White, and Black children. Intelligence, 4, 41—49.
  203. Jensen, A. R. (1981). Raising the IQ: The Ramey and Haskins Study. Intelligence, 5, 29-40.
  204. Jensen, A. R. (1981). Obstacles, problems, and pitfalls in differential psychology. In S. Scarr, Race, social class, and individual differences in IQ. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. Pp. 483—514.
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  206. Jensen, A. R. (1981). Impressions of India. Update (Graduate School of Education, University of California, Berkeley), Winter.
  207. Jensen, A. R. (1981). Citation Classic (The Stroop color-word test: A review). Current Contents, 13, 20.
  208. Jensen, A. R. (1981). An interview with Arthur Jensen. Communique (National Association of School Psychologists), 10, 3—5.
  209. Jensen, A. R. (1981). Taboo, constraint, and responsibility in educational research. New Horizons, 22, 11—20.
  210. Jensen, A. R. (1981). A nontechnical guide to the IQ controversy. New Horizons, 22, 1-26.
  211. Jensen, A. R., Schafer, E. W. P., and Crinella, F. (1981). Reaction time, evoked brain potentials, and psychometric g in the severely retarded. Intelligence, 5, 179-197.
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  214. Jensen, A. R. (1982). The chronometry of intelligence. In R. J. Sternberg (Ed.), Advances in the psychology of human intelligence, Vol. 1. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. Pp. 255-310.
  215. Jensen, A. R. (1982). Reaction time and psychometric g. In H. J. Eysenck (Ed.), A model for intelligence. New York: Springer. Pp. 93—132.
  216. Jensen, A. R. (1982). Changing conceptions of intelligence. Education and Training of the Mentally Retarded, 11, 3—5.
  217. Jensen, A. R. (1982). The debunking of scientific fossils and straw persons. Essay-review of The mismeasure of man, by S. J. Gould. Contemporary Education Review, 1(2), 121—135.
  218. Jensen, A. R. (1982). Level I/Level II: Factors or categories?. Journal of Educational Psychology, 74, 868—873.
  219. Jensen, A. R. (1982). The race concept: Physical variation and correlated socially significant behavioral variation. Current Anthropology, 23, 649—650.
  220. Jensen, A. R., and Reynolds, C. R. (1982). Race, social class, and ability patterns on the WISC-R. Personality and Individual Differences, 3(4), 423-438.
  221. Jensen, A. R. (1983). Sir Cyril Burt: A personal recollection. Association of Educational Psychologists Journal, 6, 13—20.
  222. Jensen, A. R. (1983). Effects of inbreeding on mental-ability factors. Personality and Individual Deferences, 4, 71—87.
  223. Jensen, A. R. (1983). The nonmanipulable and effectively manipulable variables in education. Education and Society, 51—62. Reprinted in: New Horizons, 1983, 24, 31-50.
  224. ensen, A. R. (1983). Review of The testing of Negro intelligence (Vol. II), edited by R. T. Osborne and F. C. J. McGurk. Personality and Individual Differences, 4, 234-235.
  225. Jensen, A. R. (1983). Review of The inheritance of personality and ability, by R. B. Cattell. Personality and Individual Differences, 4, 365—368.
  226. Jensen, A. R. (1983). The Definition of Intelligence and Factor Score Indeterminacy. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 6, 313—315.
  227. Jensen, A. R. (1983). Again, how much can we boost IQ? Review of How and how much can intelligence be increased?, edited by D. K. Detterman and R. J. Sternberg. Contemporary Psychology, 28, 756—758.
  228. Jensen, A. R. (1983). Critical flicker frequency and intelligence. Intelligence, 1, 217-225.
  229. Jensen, A. R. (1983). Taboo, constraint, and responsibility in educational research. Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies, 8, 301—311.
  230. Jensen, A. R. (1983). Beyond Groth’s sociological criticism of psychometrics. Wisconsin Sociologist, 20, 102—105.
  231. Jensen, A. R., and Reynolds, C. R. (1983). Sex differences on the WISC-R. Personality and Individual Differences, 4, 223—226.
  232. Reynolds, C. R., and Jensen, A. R. (1983). WISC-R subscale patterns of abilities of blacks and whites matched on full scale IQ. Journal of Educational Psychology, 75, 207—214.
  233. Sen, A., Jensen, A. R., Sen, A. K., and Arora, I. Correlation between reaction time and intelligence in psychometrically similar groups in America and India. Applied Research in Mental Retardation, 4, 139—152.
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  244. Jensen, A. R. (1984). Political ideologies and educational research. Phi Delta Kappan, 65, 460—462.
  245. Jensen, A. R. (1984). The limited plasticity of human intelligence. New Horizons, 25, 18—22.
  246. Jensen, A. R. (1984). Mental speed and levels of analysis. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1, 295—296.
  247. Jensen, A. R. (1984). Test validity: g versus the specificity doctrine. Journal of Social and Biological Structures, 1, 93—118.
  248. Jensen, A. R. (1984). Jensen oversimplified: A reply to Sternberg. Journal of Social and Biological Structures, 1, 127—130.
  249. Jensen, A. R. (1984). Review of Intelligence and national achievement, edited by R. B. Cattell. Personality and Individual Differences, 5, 491—492.
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  251. Jensen, A. R. (1984). The black-white difference on the K-ABC: Implications for future tests. Journal of Special Education, 18, 377—408.
  252. Jensen, A. R. (1984). Objectivity and the genetics of IQ: A reply to Steven Selden. Phi Delta Kappan, 66, 284—286.
  253. Agrawal, N., Sinha, S. N., and Jensen, A. R. (1984). Effects of inbreeding on Raven Matrices. Behavior Genetics, l 4, 579—585.
  254. Vernon, P. A., and Jensen, A. R. (1984). Individual and group differences in intelligence and speed of information processing. Personality and Individual Differences, 5, 411—423.
  255. Jensen, A. R. (1985). Compensatory education and the theory of intelligence. Phi Delta Kappan, 66, 554—558. Reprinted in: Slife, B. (Ed.), Taking sides: Clashing views on controversial issues (8th ed.). Guilford, CT: Dushkin.
  256. Jensen, A. R. (1985). Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 18, 32—37.
  257. Jensen, A. R. (1985). Review of the Predictive Ability Test, Adult Edition. In J. V Mitchell, Jr. (Ed.), The ninth mental measurements yearbook (Vol. 2). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Pp. 1184—1185.
  258. Jensen, A. R. (1985). Review of Minnesota Spatial Relations Test, Revised Edition. In J. V Mitchell, Jr. (Ed.), The ninth mental measurements yearbook (Vol. 2). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Pp. 1014—1015.
  259. Jensen, A. R. (1985). Methodological and Statistical Techniques for the Chronometric Study of Mental Abilities. In C. R. Reynolds and V L. Willson (Eds.), Methodological and statistical advances in the study of individual differences. New York: Plenum. Pp. 51—116.
  260. Jensen, A. R. (1985). Race differences and Type II errors: A comment on Borkowski and Krause. Intelligence, 9, 33—39.
  261. Jensen, A. R. (1985). The nature of the black-white difference on various psychometric tests: Spearmans hypothesis. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 8, 193—219.
  262. Jensen, A. R. (1985). The black-white difference in g: A phenomenon in search of a theory. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 8, 246—263.
  263. Jensen, A. R. (1985). Humphrey’s attenuated test of Spearman’s hypothesis. Intelligence, 9, 285—289.
  264. Jensen, A. R. (1985). Immunoreactive theory and the genetics of mental ability. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 8, 453.
  265. Cohn S. J., Carlson, J. S., and Jensen, A. R. (1985). Speed of information processing in academically gifted youths. Personality and Individual Differences, 6, 621-629.
  266. Jensen, A. R. (1986). Intelligence: “Definition,” measurement, and future research. In R. J. Sternberg and D. K. Detterman (Eds.), What is intelligence? Contemporary viewpoints on its nature and dfinition. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.
  267. Jensen, A. R. (1986). The theory of intelligence. In S. Modgil and C. Modgil (Eds.), Hans Eysenck: Searching for a scientific basis for human behavior. London: Falmer Press.
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  269. Jensen, A. R. (1986). Review of Academic work and educational excellence: Raising student productivity, edited by T. M. Tomlinson and H. J. Walberg. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 8, 447—451.
  270. Jensen, A. R., and Vernon, P. A. (1986). Jensen’s reaction time studies: A reply to Longstreth. Intelligence, 10, 153—179.
  271. Jensen, A. R. (1987). Citation Classic: (Educability and group differences). Current Contents: Social Or Behavioral Sciences, 19 (46).
  272. Jensen, A. R. (1987). Citation Classic: (Bias in mental testing). Current Contents: Social Or Behavioral Sciences, 19 (46).
  273. Jensen, A. R. (1987). Process differences and individual differences in some cognitive tasks. Intelligence, 11, 107—136.
  274. Jensen, A. R. (1987). Unconfounding genetic and nonshared environmental effects. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 10, 26—27.
  275. Jensen, A. R. (1987). The plasticity of “intelligence” at different levels of analysis. In J. Lochhead, J. Bishop, and D. Perkins (Eds.), Thinking: Progress in research and teaching. Philadelphia: Franklin Institute Press.
  276. Jensen, A. R. (1987). Individual differences in mental ability. In J. A. Glover and R. R. Ronning (Eds.), A history of educational psychology. New York: Plenum.
  277. Jensen, A. R. (1987). The g beyond factor analysis. In R. R. Ronning, J. A. Glover, J. C. Conoley, and J. C. Witt (Eds.), The influence of cognitive psychology on testing. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. Pp. 87—142.
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  279. Jensen, A. R. (1987). g as a focus of concerted research effort [Editorial]. Intelligence, 11, 193-198.
  280. Jensen, A. R. (1987). Intelligence as a fact of nature. Zeitschrift für Pädagogische Psychologie, l, 157—169.
  281. Jensen, A. R. (1987). Individual differences in the Hick paradigm. In P. A. Vernon (Ed.), Speed of information processing and intelligence. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.
  282. Jensen, A. R. (1987). Mental chronometry in the study of learning disabilities. Mental Retardation and Learning Disability Bulletin, 15, 67—88.
  283. Jensen, A. R. (1987). Further evidence for Spearman’s hypothesis concerning black-white differences on psychometric tests. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 10, 512—519.
  284. Jensen, A. R., and McGurk, F. C. J. (1987). Black-white bias in ‘cultural’ and ‘noncultural’ test items. Personality and Individual Differences, 8, 295—301.
  285. Naglieri, J. A., and Jensen, A. R. (1987). Comparison of black-white differences on the WISC-R and the K-ABC: Spearman’s hypothesis. Intelligence, 11, 21—43.
  286. Jensen, A. R. (1988). Mongoloid mental ability: Evolution or culture? Mensa Research Bulletin, 24, 23—25.
  287. Jensen, A. R. (1988). Review of Practical intelligence: Nature and origins of competence in the everyday world, edited by R. J. Sternberg and R. K. Wagner. Personality and Individual Differences, 9, 199—200.
  288. Jensen, A. R. (1988). Speed of information processing and population differences. In S. H. Irvine (Ed.), The cultural context of human ability. London: Cambridge University Press.
  289. Jensen, A. R. (1988). Review of the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. In J. T. Kapes and M. M. Mastie (Eds.), A counselor’s guide to career assessment instruments. Alexandria, VA: National Career Development Association. Pp. 59—62.
  290. Jensen, A. R. (1988). Sex differences in arithmetic computation and reasoning in prepubertal boys and girls. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 11, 198—199.
  291. Jensen, A. R., and Faulstich, M. E. (1988). Difference between prisoners and the general population in psychometric g. Personality and Individual Differences, 9, 925—928.
  292. Jensen, A. R., Larson, J., and Paul, S. M. (1988). Psychometric g and mental processing speed on a semantic verification test. Personality and Individual Differences, 9, 243—255.
  293. Jensen, A. R., Saccuzzo, D. P., and Larson, G. E. (1988). Equating the Standard and Advanced Forms of the Raven Progressive Matrices. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 48, 1091—1095.
  294. Cohn, S. J., Cohn, C. M. G., and Jensen, A. R. (1988). Myopia and intelligence: A pleiotropic relationship? Human Genetics, 80, 53—58.
  295. Kranzler, J. H., Whang, P. A., and Jensen, A. R. (1988). Jensen’s use of the Hick paradigm: Visual attention and order effects. Intelligence, 12, 371—391.
  296. Jensen, A. R. (1989). The relationship between learning and intelligence. Learning and Individual Differences, l, 37—62.
  297. Jensen, A. R. (1989). Philip Ewart Vernon (1905-1987) [Obituary], Psychologist, 44, 844.
  298. Jensen, A. R. (1989). “Revised” Updated. Review of Intelligence: Its structure, growth and action, by R. B. Cattell. Contemporary Psychology, 34, 140—141.
  299. Jensen, A. R. (1989). Raising IQ without increasing g? A review of The Milwaukee Project: Preventing mental retardation in children at risk. Developmental Review, 9, 234-258.
  300. Jensen, A. R. (1989). “Total perceived value” as the basis of assortative mating in humans. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 12, 531.251.
  301. Jensen, A. R. (1989). New findings on the intellectually gifted. New Horizons, 30, 73-80.
  302. Jensen, A. R., Cohn, S. J., and Cohn, C. M. G. (1989). Speed of information processing in academically gifted youths and their siblings. Personality and Individual Differences. 10, 29—34.
  303. Buckhalt, J., and Jensen, A. R. (1989). The British Ability Scales Speed of Information Processing subtest: What does it measure? British Journal of Educational Psychology, 59, 100—107.
  304. Kranzler, J. H., and Jensen, A. R. (1989). Inspection time and intelligence: A meta-analysis. Intelligence, 13, 329—347.
  305. Reed, T. E., and Jensen, A. R. (1989). Short latency visual evoked potentials (VEPs), visual tract speed, and intelligence. Significant correlations. Abstract. Behavior Genetics, 19, 772—773.
  306. Jensen, A. R. (1990). Speed of information processing in a calculating prodigy. Intelligence, 14, 259—274.
  307. Jensen, A. R. (1990). Straight history. Review of Schools as sorters: Lewis M. Terman, applied psychology, and the intelligence testing movement, 1890—1930, by P. D. Chapman. Contemporary Psychology, 35, 1147—1148.
  308. Jensen, A. R., and Reed,T. E. (1990). Simple reaction time as a suppressor variable in the chronometric study of intelligence. Intelligence, 14, 375—388.
  309. Jensen, A. R. (1991). Spearman’s g and the problem of educational equality. Oxford Review of Education, 17(2), 169—187.
  310. Jensen, A. R. (1991). General mental ability: From psychometrics to biology. Psychodiagnostique, 16, 134—144.
  311. Jensen, A. R. (1991). Speed of cognitive processes: A chronometric anchor for psychometric tests of g. Psychological Test Bulletin, 4, 59—70.
  312. Jensen, A. R. (1991). IQ and Science: The mysterious Burt affair. The Public Interest, 105, 93—106.
  313. Jensen, A. R. (1991). Review of U. S. race relations in the 1980s and 1990s: Challenges and alternatives, edited by G. E. Thomas. Personality and Individual Differences, 12, 321-322.
  314. Jensen, A. R. (1991). Spirmanov g factor: Veze izmedu psihometrije i biologije. Psihologija, 24, 167—193.
  315. Kranzler, J. H„ and Jensen, A. R. (1991). The nature of psychometric g: Unitary process or a number of independent processes? Intelligence, 15, 397-422.
  316. Kranzler, J. H., and Jensen, A. R. (1991). Unitary g: Unquestioned postulate or empirical fact? Intelligence, 15, 437—448.
  317. Reed, T. E., and Jensen, A. R. (1991). Arm nerve conduction velocity (NCV), brain NCV, reaction time, and intelligence. Intelligence, 15, 33—47.
  318. Jensen, A. R. (1992). Understanding g in terms of information processing. Educational Psychology Review, 4, 271—308.
  319. Jensen, A. R. (1992). Spearman’s hypothesis: Methodology and evidence. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 21, 225—233.
  320. Jensen, A. R. (1992). More on Psychometric g and “Spearman’s hypothesis.” Multivariate Behavioral Research, 21, 257—260.
  321. Jensen, A. R. (1992). Scientific fraud or false accusations? The case of Cyril Burt. In D. J. Miller and M. Hersen (Eds.), Research findings in the behavioral and biomedical sciences. New York: Wiley and Sons, Inc.
  322. Jensen, A. R. (1992). The importance of intraindividual variation in reaction time. Personality and Individual Differences, 13, 869—882.
  323. Jensen, A. R. (1992). Preface. In R. Pearson (Ed.), Shockley on race, eugenics, and dys-genics. Washington, DC: Scott-Townsend. Pp. I—13.
  324. Jensen, A. R. (1992). Mental ability: Critical thresholds and social policy. Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies, l 7, I—11.
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  326. Jensen, A. R. (1992). The relation between information processing time and right/wrong responses. American Journal on Mental Retardation, 9 7, 290—292.
  327. Jensen, A. R. (1992). Vehicles of g. Psychological Science; 3, 275—278.
  328. Jensen, A. R., and Reed, T. E. (1992). The correlation between reaction time and the pondéral index. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 15, 843—846.
  329. Jensen, A. R., and Wilson, M. (1992). Henry Felix Kaiser (1927—1992). In Memoriam, pp. 88—91. Berkeley: University of California.
  330. Reed, T. E., and Jensen, A. R. (1992). Conduction velocity in a brain nerve pathway of normal adults correlates with intelligence level. Intelligence, 16,259-278.
  331. Jensen, A. R. (1993). Psychometric g and achievement. In B. R. Gifford (Ed.), Policy perspectives on educational testing. Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Pp. 117-227.
  332. Jensen, A. R. (1993). Test validity: g versus “tacit knowledge”. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 2, 9—10.
  333. Jensen, A. R. (1993). Why is reaction time correlated with psychometric g? Current Directions in Psychological Science, 2, 53—56.
  334. Jensen, A. R. (1993). Spearman’s hypothesis tested with chronometric information-processing tasks. Intelligence, 11, 47—77.
  335. Jensen, A. R. (1993). Spearmans g: Links between psychometrics and biology. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 702, 103—131.
  336. Jensen, A. R., and Sinha, S. N. (1993). Physical correlates of human intelligence. In P. A. Vernon (Ed.), Biological approaches to the study of human intelligence. Norwood, NJ: Ablex. Pp. 139—242.
  337. Jensen, A. R., and Whang, P. A. (1993). Reaction times and intelligence: A comparison of Chinese-American and Anglo-American children. Journal of Biosocial Science, 25, 397-410.
  338. Kranzler, J. H., and Jensen, A. R. (1993). Psychometric g is still not unitary after eliminating supposed “impurities”: Further comment on Carroll. Intelligence, 17, II—14.
  339. Reed, T. E., and Jensen, A. R. (1993). Choice reaction time and visual pathway nerve conduction velocity both correlate with intelligence but appear not to correlate with each other: Implications for information processing. Intelligence, 17 (2), 191-203.
  340. Reed, T. E., and Jensen, A. R. (1993). Cranial capacity: New Caucasian data and comments on Rushton’s claimed Mongoloid-Caucasoid brain-size differences. Intelligence, 17(3), 423—431.
  341. Reed, T. E., and Jensen, A. R. (1993). A somatosensory latency between the thalamus and cortex also correlates with level of intelligence. Intelligence, 17(4), 443-450.
  342. Jensen, A. R. (1994). Afterword: Deafness and the nature of mental abilities. In J. P. Braden, Deafness, deprivation, and IQ. New York: Plenum. Pp. 203—208.
  343. Jensen, A. R. (1994). Phlogiston, animal magnetism, and intelligence. In D. K. Detterman (Ed.), Current topics in human intelligence, Vol. 4: Theories of intelligence. Norwood, NJ: Ablex. Pp. 257—284.
  344. Jensen, A. R. (1994). Review of Intelligence (2nd ed.), by N. Brody. American Journal on Mental Retardation, 98, 663—667.
  345. Jensen, A. R. (1994). Reaction time. In R. J. Corsini (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Psychology, 2nd. ed. Vol. 3. New York: Wiley. Pp. 282—285.
  346. Jensen, A. R. (1994). Humphreys’s “behavioral repertoire” an epiphenomenon of g. Psychological Inquiry, 5, 208—210.
  347. Jensen, A. R. (1994). Francis Galton. In R. J. Sternberg (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Intelligence. Vol. I. New York: Macmillan. Pp. 457—463.
  348. Jensen, A. R. (1994). Charles Edward Spearman. In R. J. Sternberg (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Intelligence. Vol. 2. New York: Macmillan. Pp. 1007—1014.
  349. Jensen, A. R. (1994). Hans Jurgen Eysenck. In R. J. Sternberg (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Intelligence. Vol. I. New York: Macmillan. Pp. 416-418.
  350. Jensen, A. R. (1994). Race and IQ scores. In R. J. Sternberg (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Intelligence. Vol. 2. New York: Macmillan. Pp. 899—907.
  351. Jensen, A. R. (1994). Psychometric g related to differences in head size. Personality and Individual Differences, 17, 597—606.
  352. Jensen, A. R. (1994). Paroxysms of denial. National Review, 46 (Dec. 5), 48—50. Reprinted in: Jacoby, R., and Glauberman, N. (Eds.), The Bell Curve debate: History, documents, opinion. New York: Random House, 1995.
  353. Jensen, A. R., and Johnson, F. W. (1994). Race and Sex Differences in Head Size and IQ. Intelligence, 18, 309—333.
  354. Jensen, A. R., and Ruddell, R. B. (1994). Guy Thomas Buswell. In Memoriam. Berkeley: University of California. Pp. 46—49.
  355. Jensen, A. R., and Weng, J.-J. (1994). What is a good g? Intelligence, 18, 231—258.
  356. Jensen, A. R., and Whang, P. A. (1994). Speed of accessing arithmetic facts in long-term memory: A comparison of Chinese-American and Anglo-American children. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 19, 1—12.
  357. Jensen, A. R., and Wilson, M. (1994). Henry Felix Kaiser (1927—1992) [Obituary]. American Psychologist, 49, 1085.
  358. Kranzler, J. H., Whang, P. A., and Jensen, A. R. (1994). Task complexity and the speed and efficiency of elemental information processing: Another look at the nature of intellectual giftedness. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 19, 447-459.
  359. Shaughnessy, M. F. (1994). An interview with Arthur R. Jensen. The School Field, 4, 129-154.
  360. Jensen, A. R. (1995). Psychological research on race differences [Comment], American Psychologist, 50, 41—42.
  361. Jensen, A. R. (1995). Wanted: A unified theory of individual and group differences. [Abstract]. Behavior Genetics, 25, 272.
  362. Jensen, A. R. (1995). IQ and science: The mysterious Burt affair. In N. J. Mackintosh (Ed.), Cyril Burt: Fraud or framed? Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  363. Jensen, A. R. (1996). Secular trends in IQ: Additional hypotheses. In D. K. Detterman (Ed.), Current topics in human intelligence, Vol. 4: The environment. Norwood, NJ: Ablex. Pp. 147—150.
  364. Jensen, A. R. (1996). Inspection Time and g [Letter]. Nature, 381, 729.
  365. Jensen, A. R. (1996). The locus of biological g In I. Mervielde (Ed.), Abstracts of the 8th European Conference on Personality, University of Ghent, Belgium, July II, 1996, p. 54.
  366. Jensen, A. R. (1996). Giftedness and genius: Crucial differences. In C. P. Benbow and D. Lubinski (Eds.), Intellectual talent: Psychometric and social issues, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Pp. 393—411.
  367. Jensen, A. R. (1996). Review of Genetics and experience, by R. Plomin. Journal of Social and Evolutionary Systems, 19, 307—311. Reprinted in: European Sociobiological Newsletter, May 1997, No. 44, 24—28.
  368. Jensen, A. R. (1997). The puzzle of nongenetic variance. In R. J. Sternberg and E. L. Grigorenko (Eds.), Intelligence, heredity, and environment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 42—88.
  369. Jensen, A. R. (1997). The neurophysiology of g. In C. Cooper and V Varma (Eds.), Processes in individual differences. London: Routledge. Pp. 108—125.
  370. Jensen, A. R. (1997). Psychometric g and the race question. In J. Kingma and W. Tomic (Eds.), Inflections on the concept of intelligence. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press. Pp. 1-23.
  371. Jensen, A. R. (1997 ). Introduction (to section on intelligence). In H. Nyborg (Ed.), The scientific study of human nature: Tribute to Hans J. Eysenck at eighty. New York: Elsevier. Pp. 214—220).
  372. Jensen, A. R. (1997). The psychometrics of intelligence. In H. Nyborg (Ed.), The scientific study of human nature: Tribute to Hans J. Eysenck at eighty. New York: Elsevier. Pp. 221—239.
  373. Jensen, A. R. (1997). Eysenck as teacher and mentor. In H. Nyborg (Ed.), The scientific study of human nature: Tribute to Hans J. Eysenck at eighty. New York: Elsevier. Pp. 543-559.
  374. Jensen, A. R. (1997). Intelligence. In S. P. Parker F (Ed.), Encyclopedia of science and technology. 8th edition. New York: McGraw-Hill. Pp. 288—289.
  375. Jensen, A. R. (1998). Spearmans law of diminishing returns. In A. Sen and A. K. Sen (Eds.), Challenges of contemporary realities: A psychological perspective. New Delhi: New Age International, Ltd.
  376. Jensen, A. R. (1998). The g Factor and the Design of Education. In R. J. Sternberg and W. M.. Williams (Eds.), Intelligence, instruction, and assessment. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. Pp. Ill—131
  377. Jensen, A. R. (1998). The suppressed relationship between IQ and the reaction time slope parameter of the Hick function. Intelligence, 26, 43—52.
  378. Jensen, A. R. (1998). Jensen on “Jensenism”. Intelligence, 26, 181—208. 384.
  379. Jensen, A. R. (1998). Adoption data and two g-related hypotheses. Intelligence, 25, 1-6.
  380. Jensen, A. R. (1999). Review of Psychological testing of American minorities, by R. J. Samuda. Personality and Individual Differences, 26, 1143—1145.
  381. Jensen, A. R. (1999). Review of Intelligence: A new look, by H. J. Eysenck. Galton Institute Newsletter, 32, 6—8.
  382. Caryl, P. G., Deary, I. J., Jensen, A. R., Neubauer, A. C., and Vickers, D. (1999). Information processing approaches to intelligence: Progress and prospects. In I. Mervielde, I. Deary, F. de Fruyt, and F. Ostendorf (Eds.), Personality psychology in Europe: Volume 7. Tilburg University Press. Pp. 181—219.
  383. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Hans Eysenck’s final thoughts on intelligence. Special review of Intelligence: A New Look, by H. J. Eysenck. Personality and Individual Differences, 28, 191—194.
  384. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Review of Eminent Creativity, Everyday Creativity, and Health, edited by M. A. Runco and R. Richards. Personality and Individual Differences, 28, 198—199.
  385. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Elementary cognitive tasks and psychometric g. In A. Harris (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Psychology. New York: APA/Oxford University Press. Pp. 156—157.
  386. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Twins. In A. Harris (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Psychology. New York: APA/Oxford University Press. Pp. 132—135.
  387. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Charles E. Spearman: Founder of the London School. Galton Institute Newsletter, 36, 2-4.
  388. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Testing: The dilemma of group differences. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 6, 121—127.
  389. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Charles Spearman: Discoverer of g. In G. A. Kimble and M. Wertheimer (Eds.), Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology. Vol. 4. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association; and Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. Pp. 92—111.
  390. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Hans Eysenck: Apostle of the London School. In G. A. Kimble and M. Wertheimer (Eds.), Portraits of Pioneers in Psychology. Vol. 4. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association; and Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. Pp. 338—357.
  391. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Was wir über den g-Faktor wissen (und nichtwissen). In K. Schweizer (Ed.). Intelligenze und kognition: Die kognitiv-biologische Perspektive der Intelligenz. Landau: Verlag für Empirische Pädagogik. Pp. 13—36.
  392. Jensen, A. R. (2000). The g factor: Psychometrics and biology. Novartis Foundation Symposium No. 233. The nature of intelligence. Chichester, England: Wiley. Pp. 37-57.
  393. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Some recent overlooked research on the scientific basis of The Bell Curve. Commentary on Reifman on Bell-Curve. Psycoloquy, 11 (106).
  394. Jensen, A. R. (2000). “The g Factor” is about variance in human abilities, not a cognitive theory of mental structure. Reply to Anderson. Psycoloquy, 11 (041).
  395. Jensen, A. R. (2000). A nihilistic philosophy of science for a scientific psychology? Reply to Barrett. Psycoloquy, 11 (088).
  396. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Name-calling is a disappointing substitute for real criticism. Reply to Brace. Psycoloquy, 11 (009).
  397. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Artificial intelligence and g theory concern different phenomena. Reply to Bringsjord. Psycoloquy, 11 (086).
  398. Jensen, A. R. (2000). The heritability of g proves both its biological relevance and its transcendence over specific cognitive abilities. Reply to Bub. Psycoloquy, 11 (085).
  399. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Processing speed, inspection time, and nerve conduction velocity. Reply to Burns. Psycoloquy, 11 (019).
  400. Jensen, A. R. (2000). The ubiquity of mental speed and the centrality of working memory. Reply to Conway et al. Psycoloquy, 11 (038).
  401. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Is there a self-awareness of one’s own g level? Reply to Demetriou. Psycoloquy, 11 (040).
  402. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Mixing up eugenics and Galton’s legacy to research on intelligence. Reply to Fancher. Psycoloquy, 11 (017).
  403. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Psychometric scepticism. Reply to Harrington. Psycoloquy, 11 (039).
  404. Jensen, A. R. (2000). The locus of the modifiability of g is mostly biological. Reply to Hunt. Psycoloquy, 11 (012).
  405. Jensen, A. R. (2000). A “simplest cases” approach to exploring the neural basis of g. Reply to Ingber. Psycoloquy, 11 (023).
  406. Jensen, A. R. (2000). A fuzzy boundary of racial classification attenuates IQ difference. Reply to Jorion. Psycoloquy, 11 (022).
  407. Jensen, A. R. (2000). A potpourri of g-related topics. Reply to Kovacs and Pleh. Psycoloquy, 11 (087).
  408. Jensen, A. R. (2000). IQ tests, psychometric and chronometric g, and achievement. Reply to Kush. Psycoloquy, 11 (014).
  409. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Race differences, g, and the “default hypothesis.” Reply to Locurto. Psycoloquy, 11 (004).
  410. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Cognitive components as chronometric probes to brain processes. Reply to Mackintosh. Psycoloquy, 11 (011).
  411. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Behavioral and biological phenomena equally “real” and related. Reply to Partridge. Psycoloquy, 11 (018).
  412. Jensen, A. R. (2000). “Biological determinism” as an ideological buzz-word. Reply to Raymond. Psycoloquy, 11 (021).
  413. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Nothing “mystifying” about psychometric g. Reply to Richardson. Psycoloquy, 11 (042).
  414. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Correlated vectors, g and the “Jensen effect.” Reply to Rushton. Psycoloquy, 10 (082).
  415. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Evoked potentials, testosterone, and g. Reply to Tan. Psycoloquy, 10 (085).
  416. Jensen, A. R. (2000). Evoked brain potentials and g. Reply to Verleger. Psycoloquy, 10 (084).
  417. Nyborg, H., and Jensen, A. R. (2000). Testosterone levels as modifiers of psychometric g. Personality and Individual Differences, 28, 601—607.
  418. Nyborg, H. and Jensen, A. R. (2000). Black-white differences on various psychometric tests: Spearman’s hypothesis tested on American armed services veterans. Personality and Individual Differences, 28, 593—599.
  419. Jensen, A. R. (2001). Spearman’s hypothesis. In S. Messick and J. Collis (Eds.), Intelligence and personality: Bridging the gap in theory and measurement. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. Pp. 3—25
  420. Jensen, A. R. (2001). Misleading caricatures of Jensen’s statistics: A reply to Kaplan. Chance, 14, 22—26.
  421. Nyborg, H., and Jensen, A. R. (2001). Occupation and income related to psychometric g. Intelligence, 29, 45—55.
  422. Jensen, A. R. (2002). Galton’s legacy to research on intelligence (The 1999 Gallon Lecture). Journal of Biosocial Science, 34, 145—172.
  423. Jensen, A. R. (2002). General cognitive ability (g factor) assessment. In R. Femandos-Ballesteros (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Psychological Assessment. London: Sage.
  424. Jensen, A. R. (2002). Review of Intelligence testing and minority students: Foundation performance factors, and assessment issues, by R. R. Valencia and L. A. Suzuki. Intelligence, 30, 216—217.
  425. Jensen, A. R. (2002). Psychometric g: Definition and substantiation. In R. J. Sternberg and E. L. Grigorenko (Eds.), The general factor of intelligence: How general is it? Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. Pp. 39—54.
  426. Jensen, A. R. (2003). Regularities in Spearman’s law of diminishing returns. Intelligence, 31(2), 95-105.
  427. Jensen, A. R. (2003). Do age-group differences on mental tests imitate racial differences?. Intelligence, 31(2), 107-121.
  428. Philippe Rushton, J., & Jensen, A. R. (2003). African–White IQ differences from Zimbabwe on the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised are mainly on the g factor. Personality and Individual Differences, 34(1), 177-183.
  429. Jensen, A. R. (2004). Obituary. Intelligence, 32(1), 1-5.
  430. Rushton, J. P., & Jensen, A. R. (2005). Thirty years of research on race differences in cognitive ability. Psychology, public policy, and law, 11(2), 235.
  431. Rushton, J. P., & Jensen, A. R. (2005). Wanted: More race realism, less moralistic fallacy. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 11(2), 328.
  432. Rushton, J. P., & Jensen, A. R. (2005). Correction to rushton and jensen (2005). Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 11(3), 406
  433. Jensen, A. R. (2005). Psychometric G and Mental Chronometry. Cortex, 41(2), 230-231.
  434. Rushton, J. P., & Jensen, A. R. (2006). The totality of available evidence shows the race IQ gap still remains. Psychological Science, 17(10), 921-922.
  435. Jensen, A. R. (2007). John Bissell Carroll – (1916.-2003.) – In memoriam. SUVREMENA PSIHOLOGIJA Volume: 10 Issue: 2 Pages: 329-330
  436. Rushton, J. P., & Jensen, A. R. (2008). James Watson’s most inconvenient truth: Race realism and the moralistic fallacy. Medical Hypotheses, 71(5), 629-640.
  437. Jensen, A. R. (2008). Howard gardner under fire: The rebel psychologist faces his critics. Intelligence, 36(1).
  438. Rushton, J. P., & Jensen, A. R. (2010). Race and IQ: A theory-based review of the research in Richard Nisbett’s Intelligence and How to Get It. The Open Psychology Journal, 3(1), 9-35.
  439. Rushton, J. P., & Jensen, A. R. (2010). The rise and fall of the Flynn Effect as a reason to expect a narrowing of the Black–White IQ gap. Intelligence, 38(2), 213-219.
  440. Jensen, A. R. (2011). The theory of intelligence and its measurement. Intelligence, 39(4), 171-177.
  441. Jensen, A. R. (2013). Rushton’s contributions to the study of mental ability. Personality and Individual Differences, 55(3), 212-217.