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Kenya Kura (Japanese: 蔵 研也) is a Japanese eugenics supporter and pseudoscientist. He works as an assistant professor at the Foreign Language Department (formerly, he worked in the Faculty of Economics and Information Science) of the Gifu Shotoku Gakuen UniversityWikipedia's W.svg in Japan.[1] In 1988 he graduated from University of TokyoWikipedia's W.svg studying law, he claims to have a Ph.D. in economics.[2]

He is affiliated with the OpenPsych and Psych pseudojournals and has published papers promoting eugenics and pseudoscientific theories of race and IQ. He presented a paper at the London Conference on Intelligence in 2014 promoting pseudoscience.[3]

In April 2019, Kura co-wrote a paper in the Psych journal with Emil Kirkegaard on the intelligence of biracial children.[4]

Published pseudoscience[edit]

  • Spearman’s Hypothesis Tested Comparing 47 Regions of Japan Using a Sample of 18 Million Children.[5]
  • Why Do Northeast Asians Win So Few Nobel Prizes?[6]
  • The law of payoff consistency: Games with continuous differences on resource values.[7]
  • Japanese north – south gradient in IQ predicts differences in stature, skin color, income, and homicide rate.[8]
  • The Intelligence of Biracial Children of U.S. Servicemen in Northeast Asia: Results from Japan.[4]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Kenya Kura. KAKEN profile, retrieved 2 April 2019.
  2. Kenya Kura. Researchmap profile, retrieved 2 April 2019
  3. UNZ; James Thompson, April 28, 2014: LCI14 Conference Proceedings Kenya Kura. (archive snapshot)
  4. 4.0 4.1 Kirkegaard, E.O.W.; Lasker, J.; Kura, K. The Intelligence of Biracial Children of U.S. Servicemen in Northeast Asia: Results from Japan. Psych 2019, 1, 132-138.
  5. Kura, Kenya & te Nijenhuis, Jan & Dutton, Edward. (2019). Spearman’s Hypothesis Tested Comparing 47 Regions of Japan Using a Sample of 18 Million Children. Psych. 1. 26-34. 10.3390/Psychology1010002.
  6. Kura, K., Nijenhuis, J. te, & Dutton, E. (2015). Why Do Northeast Asians Win So Few Nobel Prizes? Comprehensive Psychology. 10.2466/04.17.CP.4.15
  7. Kura, Takuya et al. The law of payoff consistency: Games with continuous differences on resource values. Journal of Ethology 15 (1997): 95-101.
  8. Kura, Kenya. Japanese north – south gradient in IQ predicts differences in stature, skin color, income, and homicide rate. (2013).