Heredity: The Cause of Racial Differences in Intelligence—The Suppressed Papers of Professor Henry E. Garrett, Ph.D., Sc.D. Professor Henry Garrett was one of America’s most prolific and well-known writers on psychology and racial differences for the first 60 years of the twentieth century—but is now, thanks to the almost complete censorship of the science of IQ and the study of its relationship to race, almost unknown to the US public.
His contributions were however immense: he laid the basis for what became the most significant counter to the Franz Boas school of anthropology, which claimed that all racial differences were environmental and not hereditary.
Professor Garrett’s status in the academic world—and his impeccably anti-Nazi credentials—made it very difficult for the congenital liars of the mass media to smear him in their usual fashion, and they were unable to silence him in most of the leading academic journals of his day.
As a result, the only way in which they could effectively silence his voice was to blanket ban his work after his death. This is the reason why his works have, until now, been completely suppressed and had, until this new edition, vanished as if they never existed.
Fortunately, the publisher has acquired copies of Professor Garretts most significant writings, and they are combined in this work to ensure that they are once again made available for this who seek the truth and race, intelligence, and its implications for society and civilization.
This volume contains Professor Garrett’s most important papers dealing with IQ, hereditary, history—and the falsification thereof—biology, and sociology.
About the Author: Dr. Henry E. Garrett, whose career in the field of psychology as teacher, author, lecturer and government consultant spanned more than forty years, was Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Columbia University and present Visiting Professor in Psychology at the University of Virginia. He was also General Editor of the American Psychological Series and a member of the Editorial Board of Psychometrika. From 1937 to 1943 he was a member of the Division of Psychology and Anthropology of the National Research Council and, in 1940, vice chairman. He also served as Consultant to the Secretary of War from 1940 to 1944. Dr. Garrett’s reputation as one of the country’s leading authorities in the field of psychology and psychometrics made him the choice of the American Psychological Association for its President during 1946. For his work in systematizing intelligence testing, Dr. Garrett was awarded a D.Sc. by the University of Richmond in 1954. Professor Garrett died on June 26, 1973, in Charlottesville, Virginia.
109 pages, 6” x 9”, Softcover
About this Book
About The Author
Heredity: The Cause of Racial Differences in Intelligence
Children: Black & White
The S.P.S.S.I. and Racial Differences
A Review: Klineberg’s Chapter on Race and Psychology
Desegregation: Fact and Hokum
Negro-White Differences in Mental Ability in the United States