- APA Task Force Examines the Knowns and Unknowns of Intelligence
The APA Task Force met in January 1995 to prepare a report in response to the1994 publication of Herrnstein and Murray's The Bell Curve. Their book sparked a debate about the meaning of intelligence test scores and the nature of intelligence itself. In this 1996 press release, the APA Task Force examines psychometric testing, the use of standardized tests to assess specific abilities.
- Creativity Web
This web site is a comprehensive resource for creativity and innovation. The site includes topics such as creativity basics, techniques, mind mapping, the creative process of the brain, multiple intelligences, creative space, and more.
- History of the Influences in the Development of Intelligence Theory and Testing
This alphabetical index provides information on the contributions of those individuals who contributed to intelligence theory and testing, from Anastasi to Yerkes.
- Sources of Human Psychological Differences: the Minnesota Study of Twins Reared Apart
This article, by Thomas J. Bouchard, Jr., David T. Lykken; Matthew McGue; Nancy L. Segal; and Auke Tellegen, appeared in Science, October 12, 1990. Since 1979, an ongoing study of monozygotic and dizygotic twins, separated in infancy and reared apart, has subjected more than 100 sets of reared-apart twins or triplets to a week of intensive psychological and physiological testing. About 70% of the variance in IQ was found to be associated with genetic variation.
- The Arc of the United States
This is the home page of the Arc, the country's largest voluntary organization committed to the welfare of all children and adults with mental retardation and their families.
- Triarchic Theory of Intelligence
This site explains Sternberg's triarchic theory of intelligence.
- The Evolution of Human Intelligence
This site explains the evolutionary perspective on human intelligence. It includes information about the definition of intelligence, brain size and intelligence, and intelligence in non-human primates.
- Human Intelligence: Theories and Developmental Origins
This site covers the topic of Human Intelligence: Theories and Developmental Origins from the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute. It covers intelligence from a developmental perspective and includes information on multiple intelligences.
- Human Intelligence
This site, developed by Eyal Reingold of the University of Toronto, offers guidance on how to navigate through the large number of postings on intelligence that are on the internet. Includes a background of the study of intelligence as well as a number of helpful links.
- Is Human Intelligence Increasing?
This is an abstract from a book that deals with the controversies surrounding intelligence, for example the ethnic differences in IQ scores.
- A Cognitive Perspective of Human Intelligence
This site offers a cognitive approach to the study of human intelligence.