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Intelligence (journal)

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Intelligence is a bimonthly peer-reviewed scientific journal devoted to the psychological study of intelligence. It is published by Elsevier on behalf of the International Society for Intelligence Research. The editor-in-chief is HBD pseudoscientist Richard Haier, who was a signatory on the 1994 Wall Street Journal editorial "Mainstream Science on Intelligence". Perhaps Haier's most controversial decision as editor has been to allow racialist pseudoscientists to serve on the journal's editorial board, including Richard Lynn and Gerhard Meisenberg, both editors-in-chief (Lynn former, Meisenberg current) of Mankind Quarterly.[1] The journal has also been criticized for publishing some fishy research by Davide Piffer, who has a master's degree but no PhD and has also researched fringe topics like ESP.[2]

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