Mankind Quarterly was first published from Edinburgh in the United Kingdom in the year 1961. Publication was transferred to the United States in 1979. In January 2015, Ulster Institute for Social Research, London, England took over as publishers. For more information, see About.

Current Issue

Volume 57, Number 1

Editorial

Richard Lynn and Gerhard Meisenberg

Sex Differences in Adult Intelligence in Sweden

Guy Madison

Sex Differences in Intelligence on the American WAIS-IV

Davide Piffer

Cognitive Sex Differences in Brazil

Carmen Flores-Mendoza, Marcela Darley and Heitor B.F. Fernandes

Sex Differences on the WAIS-IV in Chile

Ricardo Rosas Diaz and Richard Lynn

Sex Differences on the WAIS-IV in the South Korean Standardization Sample

Richard Lynn and Yoon-Mi Hur

Sex Differences on the WISC-III in Taiwan and the United States

Hsin-Yi Chen, Richard Lynn and Helen Cheng

Sex Differences in Intelligence of University Students in Thailand

Salaheldin Farah Atallah Bakhiet, Yossry Ahmed Sayed Essa, Nasser Sayed Gomaa Abdelrasheed, Helen Cheng and Richard Lynn

Two Studies of Sex Differences on the WAIS in Russia

Andrei Grigoriev, Marina Egorova, Oksana Parshikova and Richard Lynn

A Study of Sex Differences in Intelligence in Egypt

Ahmed M. Abdel-Khalek and Richard Lynn

Sex Differences in the Intelligence of Students at Alexandria University, Egypt

Ahmed M. Abdel-Khalek and Richard Lynn

Sex Differences on the WISC-R in Libya

Alsedig Abdalgadr Al-Shahomee, Saleh El-Ghmary Abdalla and Richard Lynn

Sex Differences in the Intelligence of University Engineering Students in Sudan

Salaheldin Farah Attallah Bakhiet, Mohammad Farhan Al-Qudah, Yossry Ahmed Sayed Essa, Nasser Sayed Gomaa Abdelrasheed, Helen Cheng and Richard Lynn

Sex Differences in High School Students on Raven’s Advanced Progressive Matrices in Yemen

Salaheldin Farah Attallah Bakhiet, Yossry Ahmed Sayed Essa, Ismael Salamah Albursan, Nasser Sayed Gomaa Abdelrasheed and Richard Lynn

Book Review: The Colonisation of Europe

Edward Dutton

Book Review: Does Your Family Make You Smarter? Nature, Nurture and Human Autonomy

Edward Dutton

Book Review: Hans Eysenck: A Contradictory Psychology

Richard Lynn

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