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Jason Richwine's Dissertation, IQ and Immigration Policy: Neohereditarianism, Pseudoscience, and Deficit Thinking


by Richard R. Valencia — May 29, 2013

This commentary is a critique of Richwine's assertion that Hispanic immigrants to the U.S. may be genetically inferior in intelligence. I primarily draw from the literature on race and intelligence, psychometrics, and race relations in my critique.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 29, 2013
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17134, Date Accessed: 12/13/2017 3:57:30 PM

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  • Richard Valencia
    University of Texas - Austin
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    RICHARD VALENCIA is a professor educational psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. Valencia's 2010 book, Dismantling Contemporary Deficit Thinking: Educational Thought and Practice, won the 2011 Outstanding Book Award of the American Educational Research Association, considered the top national book award in the field of education. His book also won the 2011 Critics Choice Book Award of the American Educational Studies Association.
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