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QI : Des Causes aux Conséquences

De la génétique au Capitalisme Cognitif

Philippe Gouillou

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Sites complémentaires

Les Bases Eco et les Billets Eco sont des chroniques publiées dans Monaco Business News et en ligne à www.fedem.mc.
Douance.org a été le premier site francophone sur le QI, le surdouement, et le capitalisme cognitif, et Evopsy.com le premier site francophone sur la Psychologie Evolutionniste (on dit aussi : Evolutionnaire).
Evoweb.net est un blog sur le thème Evolutionnisme et Société : comment la Psychologie Evolutionniste nous permet de mieux prédire l’avenir.
Les Lettres Neuromonaco sont des newsletters de veille en psychomarketing archivées à neuromonaco.com.

Base Eco 3 : Qu’est-ce que le Capitalisme ?. Monaco Business News 71. 15 juillet 2020

Base Eco 11 : Capitalisme Cognitif. Monaco Business News 76. 30 octobre 2021

Base Eco 12 : Bayes et le grand nombre. Monaco Business News 76. 30 octobre 2021

Base Eco 17 : Qu’est-ce qu’être normal ?. Monaco Business News 78. 29 avril 2022

Base Eco 19 : Multi-hiérarchies. Monaco Business News 80. 28 octobre 2022

Base Eco 26 : Mobilité sociale. Monaco Business News 84. 27 octobre 2023

Billet Eco 6 : L'avenir de l'emploi. Monaco Business News 50. 29 décembre 2014

Billet Eco 9 : Les fournisseurs de décisions. Monaco Business News 53. 22 octobre 2015

Billet Eco 14 : Demain : tous entrepreneurs ?. Monaco Business News 58. 31 décembre 2016

Billet Eco 19 : L'éducation est-elle la clé de demain ?. Monaco Business News 63. 05 juillet 2018

Billet Eco 21 : La valeur des valeurs. Monaco Business News 65. 20 décembre 2018

Billet Eco 22 : Le prix de la réalité. Monaco Business News 66. 30 avril 2019

Billet Eco 25 : Demography is everything. Monaco Business News 69. 20 janvier 2020

Billet Eco 29 : Adaptations. Monaco Business News 73. janvier 2021

Billet Eco 30 : Il faut sauver l'information. Monaco Business News 75. 30 juillet 2021

Billet Eco 35 : Singularité ? L'Intelligence Artificielle a déjà pris le pouvoir. Monaco Business News 80. 28 octobre 2022

Billet Eco 39 : La confiance. Monaco Business News 86. 25 avril 2024

Douance (2000a) : Quelques mots de synthèse d'un siècle de travaux sur l'héritabilité de l'intelligence par Jacques Bénesteau. 4 octobre 2000

Douance (2000b) : Statistiques sur le QI. 9 octobre 2000

Douance (2000c) : Download: The g Factor: General Intelligence and its Implications by Christopher Brand. 24 décembre 2000

Douance (2002) : IQ and the Wealth of Nations de Lynn et Vanhanen (2002). 21 juin 2002

Douance (2004) : Répartitions théoriques du QI en fonction du QI moyen de la population. 24 juin 2004

Douance (2016a) : QI et Personnalité : les corrélations. 6 mai 2016

Douance (2016b) : Le QI des chiens. 30 juillet 2016

Douance (2016c) : 7 mythes du QI. 31 juillet 2016

Douance (2016d) : Les Outsiders (Grady M. Towers). 14 août 2016

Douance (2017a) : Le QI de la partie droite de la courbe. 18 mai 2017

Douance (2017b) : Le QI de vos amis. 20 mai 2017

Douance (2018) : Le QI des rousses. 3 mai 2018

Douance (2021) : FAQ Capitalisme Cognitif. 29 août 2021

Douance (2023a) : Classe Cognitive : l'augmentation de la population ne compense pas la chute du QI moyen. 8 janvier 2023

Douance (2023b) : La courbe en cloche. 29 janvier 2023

Douance (2023c) : QI moyen mondial. 23 décembre 2023

Douance (2023d) : Différences sexuelles de QI. 27 décembre 2023

Evopsy (2003) : QI : Faut-il abandonner la courbe en cloche ?. 30 octobre 2003

Evopsy (2004) : 2 nov. 2004 : Interview exclusive de Charles MURRAY. 3 novembre 2004

Evopsy (2005) : Le QI des immigrants selon Goddard (1917). 1er octobre 2005

Evopsy (2014) : Pourquoi les femmes des riches sont belles. 20 juillet 2014

Evopsy (2016) : Speed dating : Intelligence vs Beauté. 29 juillet 2016

Evopsy (2019) : La dominance faciale ne signale pas le QI. 21 septembre 2019

Evopsy (2021) : Les narcissiques. 20 juin 2021

Evoweb (2000) : Des Statistiques et des Humains. 10 mars 2000

Evoweb (2003) : Allégorie eugénique. 1er décembre 2003

Evoweb (2007) : Le QI des blondes. 16 avril 2007

Evoweb (2019) : Eugénisme : Les premiers bébés à QI augmenté génétiquement sont probablement déjà nés. 23 février 2019

Evoweb (2019) : QI moyen et coopération. 12 août 2019

Evoweb (2024a) : Hypothèse 85 : Une vie de chien. 12 janvier 2024

Evoweb (2024b) : Hypothèse 86 : Patron. 21 avril 2024

Neuromonaco 9 : Comment être sûr de ne pas être trompé ? La Théorie du Handicap. 9 janvier 2012

Neuromonaco 18 : Les mèmes, les fans et Dunbar. 29 mars 2012

Neuromonaco 22 : Systémique, Paradoxes et Palo Alto. 26 avril 2012

Neuromonaco 27 : Recrutement et Principe de Peter Inversé. 31 mai 2012

Neuromonaco 37 : Effet Halo : la véritable publicité. 3 septembre 2012

Neuromonaco 38 : Le marketing du QI (Quotient Intellectuel). 10 septembre 2012

Neuromonaco 39 : Les Critères de dominance. 17 septembre 2012

Neuromonaco 76 : La révolution Big Data : déjà la Singularité. 17 juin 2013

Neuromonaco 79 : Auto-domestication humaine et Pacification. 26 août 2013

Neuromonaco 91 : L'effet de seuil. 18 novembre 2013

Neuromonaco 104 : Les Aspies. 24 février 2014


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De nombreux chercheurs tiennent aussi un blog (parfois sous pseudonyme) où ils expliquent leurs recherches.

Alexander (2023) : Secrets Of The Great Families. Scott Alexander. Astral Codex Ten. 9 novembre 2023

Alexandre (2019a) : Serons-nous obligés d'augmenter le QI de nos bébés ?. Docteur Laurent Alexandre. Demain sera vertigineux. L'Express. 6 mars 2019

Alexandre (2019b) : les propriétaires des grandes boites numériques ont tous plus de 150 de QI. Docteur Laurent Alexandre (@dr_l_alexandre). Twitter. 28 mars 2019

Alexandre (2019c) :  Je ne comprends pas que Wikipédia ne censure pas cette carte des QI . Docteur Laurent Alexandre (@dr_l_alexandre). Twitter. 2 avril 2019

Arctotherium. (2023). Mind Viruses. Arctotherium. Not With a Bang. 19 novembre 2023

Bénesteau (2000) : Quelques mots de synthèse d'un siècle de travaux sur l'héritabilité de l'intelligence. Jacques Bénesteau. Douance. 4 octobre 2000

Birnbaum (2006) : On correlation, r, and r-squared. Phil Birnbaum. Sabermetric Research. 22 août 2006

Bronski (2023) : How much of the Black-White IQ Gap is Genetics? Joseph Bronski. Joseph Bronski Thoughts. 1er octobre 2023

Canlorbe (2020a) : How Did Whites Get Their Appearance? Grégoire Canlorbe. American Renaissance. 13 mars 2020. Traduction : Evopsy : Coévolution Gène-Culture : traduction de la première partie de l'Interview de Peter Frost, PhD, par Grégoire Canlorbe

Canlorbe (2020b) : Why Are Human Groups So Different? Grégoire Canlorbe. American Renaissance. 20 mars 2020. Traduction : Evopsy : BioDiversité Humaine (HBD) et Intelligence : traduction de la deuxième partie de l'Interview de Peter Frost, PhD, par Grégoire Canlorbe

Cofnas (2024) : A Guide for the Hereditarian Revolution. Nathan Cofnas. Nathan Cofnas’s Newsletter. 5 février 2024

Cremieux (2024a) : Bias is Often Unpredictable. Crémieux. Aporia Magazine. 18 janvier 2024

Crémieux (2024b) : Nonhuman Intelligence. Crémieux. Crémieux Recueil. 7 mars 2024

Cremieux. (2024c) : Correlations and Coin Flips. Crémieux. Cremieux Recueil 25 avril 2024.

Dalliard (2013a) : Is Psychometric g a Myth? . Dalliard. Human Varieties. 3 avril 2013

Dalliard (2013b) : Some Further Notes on g and Shalizi. Dalliard. Human Varieties. 3 avril 2013.

Dawkins (2020) : It’s one thing to deplore eugenics on ideological, political, moral grounds. It’s quite another to conclude that it wouldn’t work in practice. Richard Dawkins. Twitter. 16 février 2020 - 8h26

Dutton (2023) : The Fall in IQ and Genius Will Not Be Offset By a Rise in Absolute Numbers of Midwits. Edward Dutton. The Jolly Heretic - YouTube. 7 janvier 2023

Gottfredson (1994) : Mainstream Science on Intelligence: An Editorial With 52 Signatories, History, and Bibliography. Linda S. Gottfredson. Wall Street Journal, 13 décembre 1994

Guhname (2019) : Data: What is the average IQ of your healthcare providers?. Ron Guhname. The Inductivist. 5 avril 2019

Henderson (2024) : Being Poor Doesn’t Have the Same Effect as Living in Chaos. Rob Henderson. Rob Henderson’s Newsletter. 21 janvier 2024

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Jensen (2024a) : Are We Getting Dumber ? Data on IQ and fertility across the world Past Work on IQ and Fertility. Sebastian Jensen. Center for the Study of Partisanship and Ideology, 30 janvier 2024

Jensen (2024b) : Most Accurate National IQs Possible (V 2 updated). Sebastian Jensen. Sebjenseb. 22 février 2024

Karlgaard (2005) : Talent Wars. Rich Karlgaard. Forbes. 31 octobre 2005

Karlin (2016) : "Not Sending Their Best": World Map of IQ Drop Due to Immigration. Anatoly Karlin. Unz.com. 14 décembre 2016

Kaufman (2014) : How Does IQ Relate to Personality? Scott Barry Kaufman. Beautiful Minds - Scientific American. 21 avril 2014

Kirkegaard (2019). The WORDSUM question. Emil O. W. Kirkegaard. Clear Language, Clear Mind. 4 janvier 2019.

Kirkegaard (2022) : How many people can solve this kind of problem?Emil O. W. Kirkegaard. Just Emil Kirkegaard Things. 26 mars 2022

Kirkegaard (2023a) : African IQ's: reality vs. Kareem Carr. Emile O. W. Kierkegaard. Just Emil Kirkegaard Things. 30 avril 2023

Kirkegaard (2023b) : Taking the human extended phenotypes seriously. Emile O. W. Kierkegaard. Just Emil Kirkegaard Things. 3 décembre 2023

Kirkegaard (2024) : Can you only talk to people within X IQ of your own? Emile O. W. Kierkegaard. Just Emil Kirkegaard Things. 26 janvier 2024

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