External links::The Bell Curve
- Interview with Charles Murray at the Wayback Machine (archived February 5, 2005)
- Booknotes interview with Murray on The Bell Curve, December 4, 1994.
- The Open Mind interview with Charles Murray Part 1 & Part 2
- Audio Commentary on The Bell Curve from the Internet Archive.
Responses to The Bell Curve
- James Heckman's critique of Murray and Herrnstein's statistical techniques
- American Psychological Association 1996 statement on issues raised by The Bell Curve at the Wayback Machine (archived January 2, 1997)
- "Intelligence: Knowns and Unknowns" Full text of American Psychological Association report in response to The Bell Curve]
- Opinion piece called "Mainstream Science on Intelligence" The Wall Street Journal, December 13, 1994, p. A18
- "Revisiting the Bell Curve" An article by Alan Reifman, which reviews pertinent research on the genetic contribution to intelligence, the relative contributions of intelligence and social factors to success in life, and the potential of educational experience to improve cognitive ability.
- "Flattening The Bell Curve" by Nicholas Lemann in Slate magazine, January 18, 1997
- Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, Racism Resurgent: How Media Let The Bell Curve's Pseudo-Science Define the Agenda on Race
- Critical analysis of Bell Curve statistical methodology
- Nobel Prize-winner James Heckman, "Lessons from the Bell Curve", Journal of Political Economy, October 1995.
- The Bell Curve Wars: Intelligence and the Future of America", Steven Frazer, editor
- Marks, D.F. (2010). "IQ variations across time, race, and nationality: an artifact of differences in literacy skills". Psychological Reports, 106, 643–64.
The Bell Curve sections
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