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Sources of Human Psychological Differences: The Minnesota Study of Twins Reared Apart. In a classic article from 1990, Thomas Bouchard and colleagues report findings from the Minnesota Study of Twins Reared Apart. They note that monozygotic twins reared apart are almost as similar as those reared together, suggesting genes play a large role in psychological differences. In their data, the heritability of IQ is around 70%.
The Diversity Trilemma and Free Speech. Noah Carl argues that France’s recent decision to ban pro-Palestine protests until further notice illustrates what he calls the “diversity trilemma”. You can pick two out of the following three: social stability, civil liberties, non-selective immigration. If you pick non-selective immigration, as France has done, you can’t have both social stability and civil liberties.
Twitter thread by Anselm Hager. When the latest war broke out, Anselm Hager and Miguel Pereira happened to be fielding a survey asking Germans who is to blame for the Israel/Palestine conflict. They find that Hamas’ attack coincided with a sharp rise in the proportion of Germans blaming the Palestinian side more than the Israeli side – though the effect is smaller for immigrants and those on the left.
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