Stephen E. Fienberg is Maurice Falk Professor of Statistics and Social Science at Carnegie-Mellon University and a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Statistical Association.
Daniel P. Resnick is Professor of History at Carnegie-Mellon University. His research deals with the relationship of historical thinking and experience to public policy development.
Kathryn Roeder is Associate Professor of Statistics, Carnegie-Mellon University. She has a strong research interest in applied problems including statistical genetics, DNA forensic inference and criminology.
My review of this book is done with the disadvantage of not having read "The Bell Curve". Therefore, I had to take, with a grain of salt, much of what the contributors to this book... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Joseph A. Schrock
Dealing rationally with the inflammable topic of race and intelligence is nearly impossible-- for a simple resaon:
The readers brain is unable-- not unwilling but physically... Read more
We are all taught as little children to make a distinction between two fundamental issues.
#1. What IS the world like.
#2. Read more
if this book makes the claim that race doesn't exist, I hope that everybody can see right through that (although at least one fellow reviewer seems to accept everything he's told,... Read morePublished on January 25, 2003
This book is fantastic for the layperson that was swayed by the misuse of psychometrics in science. These authors evince clearly that there is no biological concept of race. Read morePublished on July 29, 2000 by jordan