Science, Ideology, And The Media: The Cyril Burt Scandal
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Science, Ideology, And The Media: The Cyril Burt Scandal

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In 1976, five years after his death, serious charges were leveled against the distinguished British scientist Sir Cyril Burt. His research on the nature of intelligence was challenged as fraudulent by a number of respected commentators, among them Leon Kamin, Oliver Gillie, Ann and Alan Clarke, and Leslie Hearnshaw. The evidence they marshaled, and the charges themselves a...more
Hardcover, 419 pages
Published January 1st 1991 by Transaction Publishers
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