Seymour William Itzkoff

[22 July 1928.  Seymour Itzkoff is born in  Brooklyn NY, the son of Jacob J. Itzkoff (a small businessman) and Rose (Pekar) Itzkoff.]

[1948-50.  Itzkoff is a cellist with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra in Hartford, Connecticut.]

[1950.  Itzkoff receives a B.A. degree from the University of Hartford.]

[1950-53.  Itzkoff is a staff sergeant and cellist in the U.S. Army symphony orchestra.]

[7 September 1954.  Itzkoff marries Patricia Stroman, a violinist and violin teacher.  They have a daughter, Julia Louise Itzkoff, and a son, Gerald Hill Itzkoff.]

[1955-60.  Itzkoff is an elementary and secondary school teacher in Suffolk County, New York.]

[1956.  Itzkoff receives an M.A. degree in philosophy from Columbia University.]

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  A Critical Comparison and Analysis of the Philosophies of Pierre Duhem and Emil Meyerson.   Masters thesis, Department of Philosophy, Columbia University, 1956.
   [Written under the direction of Ernest Nagel.]

[1960-65.  Itzkoff is a lecturer in education at Hunter College, CUNY.  During this period he is a doctoral candidate at Teachers College, Columbia.]

 

1963

Itzkoff, Seymour W.   "The Ideals of Athenian Education:  Their Development, Disintegration and Significance for Our Times."  Educational Forum 27 (March 1963):   335- 345.

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Review of Mankind Evolving by Theodosius Dobzhansky.  In Mankind Quarterly 3 (April-June 1963):  257-259.
   [This is Itzkoff's earliest connection with Mankind Quarterly.   One of its assistant editors, A. James Gregor (Gimigliano) [q.v.], had also been a graduate student at Columbia University during this period.]

 

1965

[1965.  Itzkoff receives an Ed.D. degree from Teachers College, Columbia University.]

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Cultural Pluralism and American Education:  A Reinterpretation Through the Philosophy of Ernst Cassirer.  Unpublished Ed.D dissertation, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1965.

[1965-70.  Itzkoff is an assistant professor of education at Smith College.]

 

1966

Itzkoff, Seymour W.   "Minorities:  Cultural Pluralism in Urban Education."  School and Society 94 (November 12, 1966):  383-386.
   Cited in:
    Richard R DeBlassi (New Mexico State U.), "The Counselor and Cultural Pluralism," Educational Leadership 32 (Dec 1974): 187-9
    Carl A Grant (University of Wisconsin), "The Mediator of Culture," Journal of Research and Development in Education 11 (Fall 1977): 102-17

Itzkoff, Seymour W.   "Physics and History."  Science Education 50 (December 1966):   485-489.
   Cited in:
    James T Robinson (Teachers College), "Philosophical and Historical Bases of Science Teaching," Review of Educational Research 39 (October 1969): 459-71
    Wytze Brouwer and Amar Singh (University of Alberta), "The Historical Approach to Science Teaching," Physics Teacher 21 (April 1983): 230-36

 

1967

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Review of Education of the Disadvantaged edited by A. Harry Passow, Miriam Goldberg and Abraham J. Tannenbaum.  In Teachers College Record 69 (November 1967):   195-198.
   Cited in:
    Edward R Fagan (Penn State U.), "The Disadvantaged as a Collective," Phi Delta Kappan 49 (March 1968): 396-9

 

1969

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Cultural Pluralism and American Education.  International Series in Foundations of Education.  Scranton, Pennsylvania:  International Textbook Company, 1969.
   Cited in:
    Review in Choice 7 (May 1970): 436
    Itzkoff, Ernst Cassirer, 1971
    John Walsh (East-West Center), Review in Notre Dame Journal of Education 2 (Summer 1971): 185-8
    WR Palmer, Review of Ernst Cassirer, in Journal of Thought 7 (April 1972): 137-9
    J Theodore Klein, Review, in Educational Theory 22 (Fall 1972): 479-84
    Milton Schwebel (Rutgers), "Pluralism and Diversity in American Higher Education," Annals of the American Academy 404 (November 1972): 88-100
    Normand R Bernier and Richard H Davis, "Synergy: A Model for Implementing Multicultural Education," Journal of Teacher Education 24 (Winter 1973): 266-71
    Thomas R Lopez Jr. (U Toledo), "Cultural Pluralism: Political Hoax? Educational Need?," Journal of Teacher Education 24 (Winter 1973): 277-81
    Louise R White, "Effective Teachers for Inner City Schools," Journal of Negro Education 42 (Summer 1973): 308-14
    Peter Hackett (University of Virginia), "We Celebrate Diversity in American Education," Educational Leadership 31 (April 1974): 604-606
    JW Friesen (University of Calgary), "Education and Values in an Indian Community," Alberta Journal of Educational Research 20 (June 1974): 146-56
    J Theodore Klein (Urbana College), "Cultural Pluralism and Moral Education," Monist 58 (October 1974): 683-93
    Gloria W Grant (University of Wisconsin), "Criteria for Cultural Pluralism in the Classroom," Educational Leadership 32 (December 1974): 190-2
    HG Burger (University of Missouri), "Ethniatry: An Anthropological Approach to Ecstasy and Sanity," General Systems Yearbook 19 (1974): 59-71
    Carl A Grant (University of Wisconsin), "Racism in School and Society," Educational Leadership 33 (December 1975): 184-88
    Jay Wissot (University of Illinois), "John Dewey, Horace Meyer Kallen and Cultural Pluralism," Educational Theory 25 (Spring 1975): 186-96
    Wayne J Urban (Georgia State U.), "Some Historiographical Problems in Revisionist Educational History," Am Educational Research Journal 12 (Summer 1975): 337-50
    Ronald K Goodenow (SUNY Buffalo), "The Progressive Educator, Race and Ethnicity in the Depression Years," History of Education Quarterly 15 (Winter 1975): 365-94
    Itzkoff, "The Sources of Cultural Pluralism," Educational Theory, 1976
    Gilbert A Jarvis (Ohio State U.), "The 200th Year: More Need Than Ever Before for Foreign Language Study," Modern Language Journal 60 (September-October 1976): 240-7
    Margaret Alison Gibson (University of Pittsburgh), "Approaches to Multicultural Education in the United States," Anthropology and Education Quarterly 7 (1976): 7-18
    Ronald K Goodenow (SUNY Buffalo), "Racial and Ethnic Tolerance in John Dewey's Educational and Social Thought," Educational Theory 27 (Winter 1977): 48-64
    Carl A Grant (University of Wisconsin), "The Mediator of Culture," Journal of Research and Development in Education 11 (Fall 1977): 102-17
    Rolland G Paulston (Univ. Pittsburgh), "Social and Educational Change: Conceptual Framework," Comparative Education Review 21 (June-October 1977): 370-95
    JS Gallegos and OD Harris (University of Washington), "Toward a Model for the Inclusion of Ethnic Minority Content in Doctoral Social Work Education," Journal of Education for Social Work 15 (1979): 29-35
    Willie J Barnes, "Developing a Culturally Pluralist Perspective," Journal of Negro Education 48 (Summer 1979): 419-30
    Ronald Kronish (Tel Aviv University), "John Dewey and Horace M Kallen on Cultural Pluralism," Jewish Social Studies 44 (Spring 1982): 135-48
    Margaret Alison Gibson (California State University, Sacramento), "Approaches to Multicultural Education in the United States," Anthropology and Education Quarterly 15 (Spring 1984): 94-114
    Bob H Suzuki (California State University, Los Angeles), "Curriculum Transformation for Multicultural Education," Education and Urban Society 16 (May 1984): 294-322
    Reuven Kahane (Hebrew University), "Informal Agencies of Socialization and the Integration of Immigrant Youth into Society," International Migration Review 20 (Spring 1986): 21-39
    Carl A Grant, Christine E Sleeter, and JE Anderson, "The Literature on Multicultural Education," Educational Studies 12 (1986): 47-71
    Itzkoff, The Road to Equality, 1992
    Emily Robertson (Syracuse University), "Is Dewey's Educational Vision Still Viable?," Review of Research in Education 18 (1992): 335-81
    Clarence E Hughes (Bowie State University), "A Case for the Formation of Strategically Focused Consortia Among HBCUs," Journal of Negro Education 61 (Fall 1992): 539-53
    Leonard A Valverde (Arizona State University), "A New Guiding School Philosophy of Student Acculturation," Education and Urban Society 25 (May 1993): 246-53
    Itzkoff, "America's Educational Decline," Mankind Quarterly, 1993


[30 March-2 April 1969.  At the 25th annual meeting of the Philosophy of Education Society, Denver, Itzkoff presents a version of "Ernst Cassirer and the Humanistic Implications of Physical Theory."]

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  "Ernst Cassirer and the Humanistic Implications of Physical Theory."   In Philosophy of Education 1969:  Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the Philosophy of Education Society, edited by Donald Arnstine, 133-142.   Edwardsville, Illinois:  Studies in Philosophy and Education, 1969.
   Cited in:
    Steven Selden (University of Pennsylvania), "Curricular Metaphors: From Scientism to Symbolism," Educational Theory 25 (Summer 1975): 243-62

Itzkoff, Seymour W.   "Decentralization:  Dialectic and Dilemma."  Educational Forum 34 (November 1969):  63-69.

 

1970

[1970-75.  Itzkoff is an associate professor of education at Smith College.]

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Review of F.C.S. Schiller and the Dimensions of Pragmatism by Kenneth Winetrout.  In Teachers College Record 72 (September 1970):  162-163.

Itzkoff, Seymour W.   "The Cultural Community."  Notre Dame Journal of Education 1 (Fall 1970):  225-235.

 

1971

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Ernst Cassirer:  Scientific Knowledge and the Concept of Man.  Notre Dame, Indiana:  University of Notre Dame Press, 1971.
   Cited in:
    Review in Christian Century 88 (September 8, 1971): 1064
    Philip W Cummings (Trenton State University), Review in Library Journal 96 (November 1, 1971): 3616
    Review in Choice 8 (January 1972): 1466
    WR Palmer, Review in Journal of Thought 7 (April 1972): 137-9
    Lee C Rice (Marquette University), Review in Modern Schoolman 49 (May 1972): 398
    Werner J Cahnman (New School for Social Research), Review in Isis 63 (September 1972): 425
    WH Werkmeister (Florida State University), Review in Journal of the History of Philosophy 11 (January 1973): 139-42
    AGE Blake, Review in Systematics 10 (March 1973): 265-7
    Joseph Blarer, Review in Philosophy of Science 40 (September 1973): 463-4
    James J Heaney, Review in Thomist 38 (July 1974): 679-80
    Steven Selden (University of Pennsylvania), "Curricular Metaphors: From Scientism to Symbolism," Educational Theory 25 (Summer 1975): 243-62
    Jesse G Delia (University of Illinois), "A Constructivist Analysis of the Concept of Credibility," Quarterly Journal of Speech 62 (December 1976): 361-75
    Itzkoff, Ernst Cassirer: Philosopher of Culture, 1977
    Jesse G Delia, "Constructivism and the Study of Human Communication," Quarterly Journal of Speech 63 (February 1977): 66-83
    J Nicholas Entrikin (UCLA), "Geography's Spatial Perspective and the Philosophy of Ernst Cassirer," Canadian Geographer 21 (Fall 1977): 209
    DP Verene (Penn State U.), "Cassirer's Concept of Symbolic Form and Human Creativity," Idealistic Studies 8 (January 1978): 14-32
    Julia Ching, "Chu Hsi's Theory of Human Nature," Humanitas 15 (February 1979): 77-100
    Itzkoff, The Triumph of the Intelligent, 1985
    TA Regelski (SUNY Fredonia), "Action Research and Critical Theory," Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, no. 123 (1995): 63-89


[4-7 April 1971.  At the 27th annual meeting of the Philosophy of Education Association in Dallas, Itzkoff is a discussant on a panel on a paper by Richard John Neuhaus entitled "No More Bootleg Religion in the Classroom."]

Neuhaus, Richard John.   "No More Bootleg Religion in the Classroom."  In Philosophy of Science 1971:  Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Society, edited by Robert D. Heslep, 95-110.  Edwardsville, Illinois:   Studies in Philosophy and Education, 1971.

Itzkoff, Seymour W.   "No More Bootleg Religion:  A Response."  In Philosophy of Science 1971:  Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Society, edited by Robert D. Heslep, 116-120.  Edwardsville, Illinois:   Studies in Philosophy and Education, 1971.

Walsh, John.  Review of Cultural Pluralism and American Education by Seymour W. Itzkoff.  In Notre Dame Journal of Education 2 (Summer 1971):  185-188.

 

1972

Klein, J. Theodore.   "Human Nature and the Idea of Cultural Pluralism."  Review of Cultural Pluralism and American Education by Seymour W. Itzkoff.  In Educational Theory 22 (Fall 1972):  479-484.

 

1973

[15-18 April 1973.  At the 29th annual meeting of the Philosophy of Education Society in New Orleans, Itzkoff reads "The Reactionary Counterculture and the Radical Middle Class."]

Itzkoff, Seymour W.   "The Reactionary Counterculture and the Radical Middle Class:  An Educational Analysis."  In Philosophy of Education 1973:  Proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the Philosophy of Education Society, edited by Brian Crittenden, 23-32.  Edwardsville, Illinois:  Studies in Philosophy and Education, 1973.
   [Cites Jensen.]

 

1975

[1975- .  Itzkoff is Professor of Education, Smith College.]

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Review of The New Illiterates - And How to Keep Your Child From Being One by Samuel L. Blumenfeld.  In Educational Forum 39 (March 1975):  370-373.
   [Blumenfeld's publisher is Arlington House.  He was active in the John Birch Society, in the publications of which he promulgated a conspiracy theory of the history of public education.]

 

1976

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  A New Public Education.  Educational Policy, Planning, and Theory.  New York:   David McKay, 1976.
   Cited in:
    Larry A Platt and Anne Salter, Review in Social Science Quarterly 57 (March 1977): 937
    Roger R Woock, "Social Perspectives on Desegregation Policy and Research," Education and Urban Society 9 (May 1977): 385-94
    Ronald M Pavalko (Florida State University), Review in Contemporary Sociology 6 (November 1977): 678
    Laszlo Hetenyi, "Unionism in Education: The Ethics of It," Educational Theory 28 (Spring 1978): 90-5
    Bruce G Beezer (North Carolina State University), Review in Journal of Thought 13 (November 1978): 334-7
    Charles Schindler, Review in Educational Studies 8 (Winter 1978): 413-5
    R Freeman Butts (California State University, San Jose), "The Revival of Civic Learning," Social Education 43 (May 1979): 359-64
    Thomas C Hunt (Virginia Tech), "Public Schools and Moral Education: An American Dilemma," Religious Education 74 (July-August 1979): 350-72
    Itzkoff, "Religious Pluralism and Public Education," 1981
    William W Cutler (Temple University), "Cathedral of Culture: The Schoolhouse in American Educational Thought and Practice Since 1820," History of Education Quarterly 29 (Spring 1989): 1-40
    Itzkoff, The Decline of Intelligence in America, 1994

Itzkoff, Seymour W.   "The Sources of Cultural Pluralism."  Educational Theory 26 (Spring 1976):  231-233.
   Cited in:
    Leon Frazier (Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University), "The Multicultural Facet of Education," Journal of Research and Development in Education 11 (Fall 1977): 10-6
    Ronald Kronish (Tel Aviv University), "John Dewey and Horace M Kallen on Cultural Pluralism," Jewish Social Studies 44 (Spring 1982): 135-48
    Elmer N Lear (Penn State U.), "On the Unity of the Kallenian Perspective," Jewish Social Studies 44 (Summer-Fall 1982): 211-30

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Review of A Counterfeit Reality:  The Education of Post-Faustian Man by Armin L. Schadt.  In Educational Forum 41 (November 1976):  124-126.

[1976.  Itzkoff begins work on The Form of Man (1983), the first volume of a four book series on the evolution of human intelligence.  The books were self-published under the Paideia imprint in Ashfield, Massachusetts.  They are:
                The Form of Man (1983)
                Triumph of the Intelligent (1985)
                Why Humans Vary in Intelligence (1987)
                The Making of the Civilized Mind (1989).]

 

1977

Itzkoff, Seymour W. Ernst Cassirer:  Philosopher of Culture.  Twayne's World Leaders Series no. 61.   Boston:  Twayne Publishers, 1977.
   Cited in:
    John B McClatchey, Review in Library Journal 102 (May 1, 1977): 1022
    Review in Choice 14 (November 1977): 1230
    JR Meier (SUNY Brockport), "Authors and Mouths: The Case of Gilgamesh," CEA Critic 96 (1985): 344-76
    Charles F Weiher (Notre Dame), "Knowing and Symbolic Functioning," New Scholasticism 62 (Autumn 1988): 412-57
    FR Ankersmit (Groningen), "Reply to Professor Zagorin," History and Theory 29 (October 1990): 275-96

Platt, Larry A., and Anne Salter.   Review of The Limits of Educational Reform edited by Martin Carnoy and Henry M. Levin, and A New Public Education by Seymour W. Itzkoff.  In Social Science Quarterly 57 (March 1977):  937.

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Review of The Schools That Fear Built by David Nevin and Robert E. Bills.  In Educational Forum 42 (November 1977):  118-121.
    [The book under review is on Southern segregationist academies.]

Itzkoff, Seymour W.   "Cultural Diversity and the Democratic Prospect." Review Journal of Philosophy and Social Science (Meerut, India), 1 (n.d. [1977]):  35-53.

 

1978

Itzkoff, Seymour W.   "Emmanuel Feuermann's Cellos:  The Search for the Perfect Instrument."  Journal of Violin Studies 4 (1978):  85-100.

Schindler, Charles R.   Review of The Limits of Educational Reform edited by Martin Carnoy and Henry M. Levin, and A New Public Education by Seymour W. Itzkoff.  In Educational Studies 8 (Winter 1978):  413-415.

 

1979

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Emmanuel Feuermann, Virtuoso:  A Biography.  University, Alabama:  University of Alabama Press, 1979.
    [Published May 8th.]
    Cited in:
    Itzkoff, "Emmanuel Feuermann's Cellos," J
ournal of Violin Studies, 1978
    A Shulman, Review in Journal of Violin Studies 5 (1979): 174-80
    Review in Choice 16 (February 1980): 1593
    Review in American Music Teacher 3 (September 1980): 37
    R Thackeray, Review in The Strad 90 (1980): 690
    Itzkoff, Why Humans Vary in Intelligence, 1987
    Itzkoff, "The Right Partner," The Strad, 1988
    Albrecht Dümling, "On the Road to the People's Community," Musical Quarterly 77 (Fall 1993): 459-83
    Tim Finholt, "Cello Technique Made Simple," The Strad 105 (October 1994): 948-50

 

1980

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Review of Paradoxes of Education in a Republic by Eva T.H. Brann.  In American Journal of Education 88 (February 1980):  260-263.

 

1981

Itzkoff, Seymour W.   "Religious Pluralism and Public Education."  In Religion and Morality in American Schooling, edited by Thomas C. Hunt and Marilyn M. Maxson, 165-177.  Washington, D.C.:  University Press of America, 1981.

[Spring 1981.  Itzkoff joins Editorial Advisory Board of the American Educational Studies Association's journal, Educational Studies.   He remains there from vol. 12, no. 1 (Spring 1981) until vol. 15, no. 4 (Winter 1984).]

[6 November 1981.   At the annual meeting of the American Educational Studies Association in Boston, Itzkoff delivers the Presidential Address, "Heresy, History and the Educational Moment."]

 

1982

Itzkoff, Seymour W.   "Heresy, History, and the Educational Moment (AESA Presidential Address)."  Educational Studies 13 (Spring 1982):  1-15.
    [Itzkoff's comments are autobiographical and programmatic.]
    Cited in:
    Donald Warren (University of Maryland), "Public Knowledge," Journal of Thought 18 (Summer 1983): 3-11

 

1983

[1983.  Itzkoff spends part of the academic year in Vienna.]

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  The Form of Man:  The Evolutionary Origins of Human Intelligence.  Ashfield, Massachusetts:  Paideia Publishers, 1983.
   [Published November 23rd.  This is the first volume of a four-book series on the evolution of human intelligence.  In the preface Itzkoff thanked Arthur Jensen for reading parts of the manuscript, Edward O Wilson for reading the entire manuscript, and Eric Pianka for reading it several times.]
    Cited in:
    Review in Booklist (January 15, 1984): 699
    Review in West Coast Review of Books 10 (March 1984): 41
    Review in Choice 21 (April 1984): 1159
    Review in Mankind Quarterly 24 (Summer 1984): 459-61
    William M Bart (University of Minnesota), Review in Educational Studies 15 (Fall 1984): 286-90
    Roberta Hall (Oregon State U.), Review in American Journal of Physical Anthropology 65 (November 1984): 331
    Itzkoff, The Triumph of the Intelligent, 1985
    Bernard Campbell, Review in Animal Behaviour 33 (February 1985): 339
    Brian T Shea (Northwestern U.), Review in American Anthropologist 87 (June 1985): 434-6
    Christopher D Vestuto, Review in Quarterly Review of Biology 60 (December 1985): 546-7
    Itzkoff, How We Learn to Read, 1986
    Itzkoff, Why Humans Vary in Intelligence, 1987
    Itzkoff, "Fossil Humans: The End of Ideology?," Mankind Quarterly, 1988
    Virginia C Maiorana (University of Chicago), "The True History of Middle Earth," Evolutionary Theory 9 (July 1989): 84
    Itzkoff, The Road to Equality, 1992
    Elliott White, The End of the Empty Organism, 1992

 

1984

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Review of Mind:  An Essay on Human Feeling by Susanne K. Langer.  In American Journal of Education 92 (May 1984):  340-343.

Review of The Form of Man by Seymour W. Itzkoff.  In Mankind Quarterly 24 (Summer 1984):  459-461.

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Review of Productive Work - In Industry and Schools by Arthur G. Wirth.  In Educational Studies 15 (Fall 1984):  247-251.

 

1985

[1984.  Mankind Quarterly, vol. 25, nos. 1-2 (Fall-Winter 1984), published in 1985, adds Itzkoff to its Editorial Advisory Board.  He remained there until vol. 31, no. 1-2 (Fall-Winter 1990).   The inside back cover of vol. 25, no. 1-2 bears a full-page advertisement for Paideia Publishing which promotes Itzkoff's Evolution of Human Intelligence series;   it quotes endorsements of the first volume in the series, The Form of Man, by Hans J Eysenck, Arthur R Jensen, Ernst Mayr, Eric Pianka, David Pilbeam and Edward O Wilson.  This same advertisement also appears in the Spring 1985, Fall-Winter 1985, Spring-Summer 1986, Fall 1986, and Winter 1986 issues of Mankind Quarterly.]

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Triumph of the Intelligent:  The Creation of Homo Sapiens sapiens.  The Evolution of Human Intelligence, vol. 2.  Ashfield, Massachusetts:  Paideia Publishers, 1985.
   [Published January 3rd.  The preface refers to an Earhart Foundation grant.  Itzkoff thanks Stanley Rothman (Smith College) and Guenter Lewy (University of Massachusetts) for support.]
    Cited in:
    Review in Booklist (January 15, 1985): 672
    Review in West Coast Review of Books 11 (March 85): 39
    Kurt O Baumgartner (International Minerals and Chemical Corp), Review in Library Journal 109 (April 1, 1985): 148
    WB Dragoin (Georgia Southwestern College), Review in Choice 22 (July-August 1985): 1654
    KW McIntosh (Institute for the Study of Man), "Intelligence and Man: A Review of Seymour W. Itzkoff's The Triumph of the Intelligent," in Mankind Quarterly 25 (Summer 1985): 435-46
    Russell H Tuttle, Review in American Scientist 74 (July-August 1986): 437
    John A Williams (University of North Dakota), Review in American Anthropologist 88 (December 1986): 1011-3
    Paul A Wagner, Review in Educational Studies 17 (Winter 1986): 585-98
    Itzkoff, Why Humans Vary in Intelligence, 1987
    Itzkoff, "Fossil Humans: The End of Ideology?" Mankind Quarterly, 1988
    Virginia C Maiorana (U Chicago), "The True History of Middle Earth," Review in Evolutionary Theory 9 (July 1989): 84
    Itzkoff, The Road to Equality, 1992
    Elliott White, The End of the Empty Organism, 1992
    Itzkoff, "Orthoselection and the Corticalization of Social Behavior," Mankind Q
uarterly, 1993

McIntosh, K.W.   "Intelligence and Man:  A Review of Seymour W. Itzkoff's The Triumph of the Intelligent."  In Mankind Quarterly 25 (Summer 1985): 435-446.

[1985-86.  The Smith College Bulletin lists Itzkoff as the lecturer for three classes in the Department of Education and Child Study:
    121a: Foundations of Education (classical civilization and ideals in relation to education)
    338a: The Reading Process
    353a: Education of the Gifted.]

[1984.  Journal of Indo-European Studies, vol. 12, nos. 3-4, Fall-Winter 1984 (received 12 August 1985) contains a full page advertisement for Itzkoff's The Evolution of Intelligence series, placed by Paideia Publishers.]

[18 November 1985.  The Pioneer Fund approves a $12,000 grant to Smith College "to assist in the publication of a series of educational books," in support of Itzkoff's Evolution of Intelligence series.  It also approve a $12,000 grant to be distributed in 1987 to assist in the publication of the series.]

 

1986

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Review of Beyond I.Q. by Robert J.Sternberg.  In Educational Studies 17 (Spring 1986):  101-106.

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Review of Locke's Education for Liberty by Nathan Tarcov.  In American Journal of Education 94 (May 1986):  386-388.

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  How We Learn to Read.  Ashfield, Massachusetts:  Paideia Publishers, 1986.
    [Published June 15th.]
    Cited in:
    R Cooter, Review in American Secondary Education 15 (1986): 20
    EC Reichert, Review in Choice 24 (January 1987): 800
    Sadie A Grimmett (Indiana University), Review in Journal of Reading 30 (January 1987): 376-8
    RT Graham, Review in English Journal 76 (February 1987): 99
    Donald J Senese, Review in Mankind Quarterly 27 (Spring 1987): 366-7
    PA Drum (UC Santa Barbara), Review in American Journal of Education 96 (November 1987): 112-5
    Linda L Nosbush (University of Alberta), Review in Contemporary Psychology 33 (April 1988): 342-3

[1986-87.  The Smith College Bulletin lists Itzkoff as the lecturer for five classes in Department of Education and Child Study:
    121a: Foundations of Education (classical civilization and ideals in relation to education);
    122b: Foundations of Education (modern Western ideas about education: Rousseau, Marx, Dewey, etc.);
    234b: Modern Problems of Education (topics: the politicization of education, the impact of social issues on the educational system, and the relation between schools, freedom, values and the state);
    338a: The Reading Process;
    353a: Education of the Gifted.]

[1986.  Pioneer Fund grant of $12,000.]

Wagner, Paul A.  Review of Rationality and Intelligence by Jonathan Baron and Triumph of the Intelligent by Seymour W. Itzkoff.  In Educational Studies 17 (Winter 1986):  585-598.

 

1987

Senese, Donald J.  Review of How We Learn to Read by Seymour W. Itzkoff.  In Mankind Quarterly 27 (Spring 1987):  366-367.

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Why Humans Vary in Intelligence.  The Evolution of Human Intelligence, vol. 3.   Ashfield, Massachusetts:  Paideia Publishers, 1987.
    [Published Aug 12th.]
    Cited in:
    Joseph Hannibal, Review in Library Journal 112 (October 1, 1987): 90
    Daniel Seligman, "Some Think Smarter Than Others," Review in Fortune 116 (October 12, 1987): 22
    Richard Mayne, Review in Encounter 70 (January 1988): 55
    MJ O'Brien (University of Missouri), Review in Choice 25 (March 88): 1137
    Itzkoff, "Fossil Humans: The End of Ideology?" Mankind Quarterly, 1988
    Virginia C Maiorana, "The True History of Middle Earth," Evolutionary Theory 9 (July 1989): 84
    Stephen S Williams, Review in Educational Studies 20 (Fall 1989): 314-23
    Elliott White, The End of the Empty Organism, 1992
    Itzkoff, The Road to Equality, 1992
    Itzkoff, "Orthoselection and the Corticalization of Social Behavior," Mankind Q
The Decline of Intelligence in America, 1994

Seligman, Daniel.  "Some Think Smarter Than Others."  Review of Why Humans Vary in Intelligence by Seymour W. Itzkoff.  In Fortune 116 (October 12, 1987):  228.

 

1988

R.M. [Richard Mayne].  Review of Why Humans Vary in Intelligence by Seymour W. Itzkoff.  In Encounter 70 (January 1988):  55.
   ["A very puzzling book.  Professor Itzkoff maintains that 'the nature/nurture controversy has been resolved, at least for this portion of historical time, on the side of nature.'  He also derides politically motivated pudeur about group IQ differences.  But then he advances vast unverifiable theories about the inheritance of intelligence over prehistoric time-scales.  Racism?"]

Nosbush, Linda L.  "How We Learn to Read:  A Psycholinguistic Update?"  Review of How We Learn to Read by Seymour W. Itzkoff.  In Contemporary Psychology 33 (April 1988):  342-343.

Itzkoff, Seymour W.   "The Right Partner:  Cellos Used by Emmanuel Feuermann."  Strad 99 (1988):  320-323.

[21 and 28 November 1988.   $24,000 Pioneer Fund grant for completion of The Evolution of Human Intelligence.]

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  "Sibling Rivalry:  The Life of Emmanuel Feuermann's Older Brother, Sigmund, Is Remembered."  Strad 99 (1988):  329.

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  "Fossil Humans:  The End of Ideology?"  Mankind Quarterly 29 (Fall-Winter 1988):  107-128.
    [The issue appeared in April 1989]

 

1989

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  The Making of the Civilized Mind.  The Evolution of Human Intelligence, vol. 4.   Ashfield, Massachusetts:  Paideia Publishers, 1989.
   Cited in:
    Virginia C Maiorana, "The True History of Middle Earth" Evolutionary Theory 9 (July 1989): 84
    Review, in Choice 28 (Fall 1991): 969
    R Gardner, in Politics and the Life Sciences 15 (1996): 363

M[aiorana], V[irginia] C.  "The True History of Middle Earth."  Review of The Evolution of Human Intelligence by Seymour W. Itzkoff.  In Evolutionary Theory 9 (July 1989):  84.

[31 July - 4 August 1989.  At the 10th International Conference on Human Ethology, at the University of Edinburgh, Itzkoff delivers "Social Intelligence: Symbol, Abstraction, Ethnicity."   There is also a panel devoted to J. Philippe Rushton's differential r/K theory.]

[1989-90.  The Smith College Bulletin lists Itzkoff as the lecturer for four classes in the Department of Education and Child Study:
121a: Classical Education (formerly Foundations of Education);
122b: Modern Educational Classics (formerly Foundations of Education);
338a: The Reading Process; and 353a: Education of the Gifted.]

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  "Social Intelligence:  Symbol, Abstraction, Ethnicity."  Meeting abstract.  Ethology and Sociobiology 10 (July 1989):  405-406.

Williams, Stephen S.  Review of Why Humans Vary in Intelligence by Seymour W. Itzkoff and The I.Q. Controversy by Mark Snyderman and Stanley Rothman.  In Educational Studies 20 (Fall 1989):  314-323.

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Review of Comparing Public and Private Schools, edited by Thomas James and Henry M. Levin.   In Educational Studies 20 (Winter 1989):  447-452.

Gordon, Robert A., Seymour W. Itzkoff, and Nancy L. Segal.  "Fund Not Anti-Semitic."  Letter.  The Review (Newark, Delaware), December 15, 1989. p. 7.

 

1990

Itzkoff, Seymour W. The Making of the Civilized Mind.  The Evolution of Human Intelligence, vol. 4.  New York:  Peter Lang, 1990.
    [Published March 26th.]
    Cited in:
    WB Dragoin (Georgia Southwestern College), Review in Choice 28 (February 1991): 969
    HJ Eysenck, Review in Personality and Individual Differences, 1991
    Itzkoff, The Road to Equality, 1992

[18 May 1990.  The Pioneer Fund approves a $12,000 grant to Smith College "to assist in various projects concerning human intelligence."  This was the Fund's last grant to Smith College.  Over the period 1986-1990, it approved grants totaling $60,000 to Smith College in support of Itzkoff's work.]

[Fall-Winter 1990.  Mankind Quarterly, vol. 31, no. 1-2.   This is the last issue to list Itzkoff on its Editorial Advisory Board, on which he served for six years.]

 

1991

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  "The Evolution of Human Intelligence: A Reply."  Evolutionary Theory and Review 10 (January 1991):  63-64.
   Cited in:
    Itzkoff, "Orthoselection and the Corticalization of Social Behavior," Mankind Quarterly, 1993

Eysenck, H.J.  Review of The Making of the Civilized Mind by Seymour W. Itzkoff.  In Personality and Individual Differences 12 (1991):  768.

Itzkoff, Seymour W. Human Intelligence and National Power:  A Political Essay in Sociobiology.  New York:  Peter Lang, 1991.
    [Published July 10th.]
    Cited in:
    Eysenck, Review in Personality and Individual Differences, 1992
    Itzkoff, The Road to Equality, 1992
    Itzkoff, "Orthoselection and the Corticalization of Social Behavior," Mankind Quarterly, 1993
    Elliott White, Review in Politics and the Life Sciences, August 1993
    Tatu Vanhanen (University of Helsinki), "The Consequences of Variable Intelligence," Mankind Quarterly, Fall-Winter 1994
    DB Santana, in Urban Geography 17 (1996): 456-
    Raphael Gamaroff (University of Fort Hare), "Deep Language, Intelligence and Language Proficiency in (Academic) Learning"
(at www.und.ac.2a/und/ling/archive/gama-01.html )

 

1992

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  Review of Home Schooling:  Political, Historical, and Pedagogical Perspectives edited by Jane Van Galen and Mary Anne Pitman.  In Educational Studies 23 (Spring 1992):  103-106.

White, Elliot. The End of the Empty Organism:  Neurobiology and the Sciences of Human Action.  Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1992.
   [Published July 21th.  Itzkoff is the editor of this series, of which White's book is the first volume.]

Eysenck, H.J.  Review of Human Intelligence and National Power by Seymour W. Itzkoff.  In Personality and Individual Differences 13 (1992):  957.

Bernhard, J. Gary, and Kalman Glantz. Staying Human in the Organization:  Our Biological Heritage and the Workplace.  Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:   Praeger, 1992.
   [Published September 1st.]

Itzkoff, Seymour W. The Road to Equality:  Evolution and Social Reality.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1992.
    [Published September 21st.  The dust jacket bears endorsements by H.J. Eysenck, Arthur R. Jensen, Daniel Seligman, Peter Brimelow, Walter E. Williams, Charles Murray and Edward N. Luttwak.]
    Cited in:
    Review in Kirkus Reviews 60 (October 1, 1992): 1235
    Daniel Seligman, A Question of Intelligence: The IQ Debate in America, New York: Birch Lane 1992
    Tatu Vanhanen, "The Consequences of Variable Intelligence," Mankind Quarterly, Fall-Winter 1994

 

1993

Itzkoff, Seymour W.   "Orthoselection and the Corticalization of Social Behavior." Mankind Quarterly 33 (Spring 1993):  283-293.
   Cited in:
    Kevin B MacDonald, A People That Shall Dwell Alone, 1994

White, Elliott. Genes, Brains, and Politics:  Self-Selection and Social Life.  Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1993.
   [Published June 18th.]

White, Elliott.  Review of Human Intelligence and National Power by Seymour W. Itzkoff.  In Politics and the Life Sciences 12 (August 1993):  302-303.

Beckstrom, John H.  Darwinism Applied:  Evolutionary Paths to Social Goals.  Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1993
   [Published August 31st.]

Birtchnell, John. How Humans Relate:  A New Interpersonal Theory.  Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1993.
   [Published August 31st.]

Itzkoff, Seymour W.   "America's Unspoken Economic Dilemma:  Falling Intelligence Levels."   Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies 18 (Fall 1993):   311-326.
   Cited in:
    Herrnstein and Murray, The Bell Curve, 1994

Itzkoff, Seymour W.   "America's Educational Decline:  The Deeper Realities."  Mankind Quarterly 34 (Winter 1993):  65-83.

 

1994

Santy, Patricia A. Choosing the Right Stuff:  The Psychological Selection of Astronauts and Cosmonauts.   Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1994.
   [Published January 20th.]

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  The Decline of Intelligence in America:  A Strategy for National Renewal.   Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1994.
    [Published February 7th.]
    Cited in:
    Review in Reference and Research Book News 9 (Aug 94): 2
    E Pearson (Marywood College), Review in Choice 32 (Sept 94): 211
    Malcolm W Browne, Review in NYT Book Review 16 Oct 94
    Tatu Vanhanen (University of Helsinki), "The Consequences of Variable Intelligence," Mankind Quarterly 35 (Fall-Winter 1994): 123-38
    M Tehranian, "The Making of Exile Cultures" Communication Theory 5 (1995): 293-6
    JB Connors (Canadian Union College), "Two Tails Are Better Than One: The Logic of The Bell Curve," Alberta Journal of Educational Research 41 (1995): 342-8
    Leon Kamin, "Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics," in The Bell Curve Debate 1995
    Robert G Newby (Central Michigan U), "Editor's Introduction," American Behavioral Scientist 39 (September-October 1995): 6-11
    Frank Harold Wilson, "For Whom Does the Bell Toll?: Meritocracy, the Cognitive Elite, and the Continuing Significance of Race in Postindustrial America," Journal of Negro Education 64 (Summer 1995): 253-66
    Michael Masters, Review in The Social Contract 6 (Fall 1995): 71-72

    Jean Stefancic and Richard Delgado, No Mercy: How Conservative Think Tanks and Foundations Changed America's Social Agenda, Philadelphia: Temple University Press 1996
    Roger Pearson, Review in Mankind Quarterly 36 (1996): 393-
    Catherine E Martin, "Educating to Combat Racism: The Civic Role of Anthropology," Anthropology and Education Quarterly 27 (June 1996): 253-69
    "Synopses of Other Important Works," in Critical White Studies: Looking Behind the Mirror, edited by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic, pp. 542, Philadelphia: Temple University Press 1997
    J Philippe Rushton, Race, Evolution, and Behavior: A Life Historical Perspective, paperback edition, New Brunswick: Transaction 1997

Nyborg, Helmuth. Hormones, Sex, and Society:  The Science of Physicology.  Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1994.
   [Published October 14th.]

Browne, Malcolm W.   "What Is Intelligence, and Who Has It?"  Review of The Bell Curve by Richard J. Herrnstein and Charles Murray, Race, Evolution and Behavior by J. Philippe Rushton, and The Decline of Intelligence in America by Seymour W. Itzkoff.   In New York Times Book Review (October 16, 1994):  3, 41, 45.

MacDonald, Kevin.  A People That Shall Dwell Alone:  Judaism as a Group Evolutionary Strategy.   Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1994.
   [Published October 27th.]

Vanhanen, Tatu.  "The Consequences of Variable Intelligence."  Review of Human Intelligence and National Power, The Road to Equality, and The Decline of Intelligence in America by Seymour W. Itzkoff.  In Mankind Quarterly 35 (Fall-Winter 1994):  123-138.

"Action Alert: The Rehabilitation of Racism."  Extra! (December 1994)
   [On Malcolm Browne's review in the New York Times Book Review.]

"Mainstream Science on Intelligence." Wall Street Journal (December 13, 1994)
   [Itzkoff is one of the 52 signatories.]

 

1995

Walsh, Anthony. Biosociology:   An Emerging Paradigm.  Forward by Robert A. Gordon.  Westport, Conn.:   Praeger, 1995.

"Professor's Home Defaced in Protest."  Boston Globe (April 12, 1995), 83.

[26 April 1995.  US Supreme Court decides U.S. v. Lopez.  A dissenting opinion filed by Justice Breyer, joined by Justices Stevens, Souter and Ginsburg, cites Itzkoff, "America's Unspoken Economic Dilemma: Falling Intelligence Levels," Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies, 1993.]

[1995-96 Smith College catalog lists these courses taught by Itzkoff:
        221a: Classical Education
        222b: Modern Educational Classics
        234b: Modern Problems of Education (topic: The Contemporary Crisis in Education: The Public Schools and Alternatives)
        338a: The Reading Process
        353b: Education of the Gifted]

Kamin, Leon.  "Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics."  In The Bell Curve Debate:  History, Documents, Opinions, edited by Russell Jacoby and Naomi Glauberman, 81-105.  New York: Times Books, 1995.

Masters, Michael.  Review of The Decline of Intelligence in America.  In The Social Contract 6 (Fall 1995):  71-72.

 

1996

Itzkoff, Seymour W. Children Learning to Read:  A Guide for Parents and Teachers.  Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1996.
    Cited in:
    SR Johnson, Review in Library Journal 121 (1996): 96

[1996-97.  Itzkoff's courses include:
        234a: Modern Problems of Education (topic: The Contemporary Crisis in Education: The Public Schools and Alternatives)
        237a: Comparative Education]

[23-25 July 1996.  Annual meeting of the European Sociobiological Society, held at Alfred University in Alfred NY.   A panel on "Human Abilities: Assessment and Implications" features these speakers:
Itzkoff, "The Permanent International Divide?  Human Abilities and National Development"
J Philippe Rushton, "The American Dilemma as an International Dilemma"
Edward M Miller, "Evolutionary Explanations for Racial Differences in Intelligence"
Timothy Keith, "Confirmatory Factor Analysis and Validation of the DAS."]

Itzkoff, Seymour.  "A Permanent International Divide?  Human Abilities and National Development." Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies 21 (Spring 1996):  33-48.
    [A version of this paper was delivered at the 1996 annual meeting of the European Sociobiological Society.]

Lynn, Richard.  Dysgenics:  Genetic Deterioration in Modern Populations.  Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.   Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1996.
    [Published 6 December 1996.  In the acknowledgements Lynn writes:  "Edward Miller and Seymour Itzkoff read through the first draft and made a number of valuable comments ... I am especially indebted to Harry Weyher, president of the Pioneer Fund, for his encouragement and financial support."]

 

1997

Somit, Albert, and Steven A. Peterson.  Darwinism, Dominance, and Democracy:  The Biological Basis of Authoritarianism.  Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1997.
    [Published 21 March 1997.]

O'Neil, Robert M. Free Speech in the College Community. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1997.
   [Published March 1997. At pp. 174-75, O'Neil writes:
    "Apart from the Delaware case [of Linda Gottfredson], there has been one other publicized skirmish with the Pioneer Fund. Smith College faced a similar dilemma.  Professor Seymour W. Itzkoff, a senior faculty member in Education and Child Study, had sought and obtained an offer of Pioneer Fund support.  When several colleagues protested the grant because of Pioneer's mission and reputation, the investigator offered to relinquish it.  Smith's president, Mary Maples Dunn, was uneasy about such a resolution.  She urged Itzkoff to change his mind and seek approval of the grant.  But as he changed his stance, so did the college.
    "When processing of the grant was delayed, the investigator complained to the president.  Dunn referred the matter to the academic dean, who responded that despite the dissonance between the college's values and Pioneer's perceived mission, Smith's commitment to academic freedom precluded rejection of the grant.   The president so informed Itzkoff, cautioning that the Fund's goals 'are intensely distasteful to the dean and me.'
    "There the matter might well have ended had Itzkoff not wished to bring the issue to the attention of Smith's Board of Trustees.  He wrote the trustees at length, charging that the administration had been hypocritical in judging the goals of the Pioneer Fund and his own quest for research support.  Unlike his Delaware counterpart, who relied mainly on internal procedures, Itzkoff now launched a vigorous external defense of the Fund and its research agenda, adding that Smith's handling of the whole affair had 'negatively affected my work both within Smith College as well as professionally in the world at large.'
    President Dunn (who at first had pressed Itzkoff not to renounce the grant) now felt she must clarify her role for the trustees.  She reviewed Pioneer's stated goals, stressing the Fund's seeming commitment to support only studies of benefit to whites.  Given the deep conflict between these goals and the college's commitment to equal opportunity, the president reaffirmed her conviction that Smith should not accept institutional support from such a source.  She also recognized, however, that grants to individual investigators posed a different and far harder question.  While the college did incur certain responsibilities by accepting grants for individual researchers, she would not on that basis alone limit the scope of scholarly inquiry.
    "At the heart of any great academic institution is the freedom to pursue one's scholarly interests and I believe that the college should not restrict that freedom by placing any limitations on funding sources other than [procedural requirements for research].
    "Itzkoff had thus prevailed - or so for a time it seemed.   But the Pioneer Fund learned about the controversy at Smith and, after paying the first installment of the grant, the Fund's president told Itzkoff that the board had decided to suspend further support for Smith faculty.  The announcement suggested no conditions under which support might resume, and there is no evidence of subsequent Smith grants.  Itzkoff's departure from the Smith campus [??] apparently closed the chapter.
    "While the Delaware and Smith cases are unique, they illustrate an inherent tension between freedom in research and other central academic values."
    At pp. 176-78, O'Neil writes:
    " ... neither at Delaware nor at Smith was any question raised about the researcher's (or the sponsor's) willingness and ability to satisfy every requisite condition ... The issue that both Delaware and Smith had to face was the one on which the two presidents differed - whether research support can ever be rejected because the goals of the sponsor or project or the potential applications of the results are profoundly at variance with the values of the institution itself ... Smith was right and Delaware was wrong on the Pioneer Fund for at least two reasons.  Neither institution had on its books any policy that would have justified rejecting research support for the reasons the Delaware Research Committee invoked ... Suppose, however, that Delaware or Smith had a clear policy that covered the Pioneer Fund in all but name ... Consider the potential reach of such a prohibition ... [A]n educational psychologist proposes to do, with support from, let us say, the Ford Foundation, just what Professors Gottfredson and Itzkoff proposed to the Pioneer Fund.  These ... variants suggest the folly of such an approach ... What troubled critics at Delaware and Smith was the mission and agenda of the sponsor (i.e., the Pioneer Fund has nurtured 'racist' research elsewhere).  Such a judgment comes painfully close to implying guilt by association."]

Itzkoff, Seymour W.  "Intelligence and America's Oncoming Economic Divide."  In Intelligence, Political Inequality, and Public Policy, edited by Elliott White, 67-84.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1997.
    [Published May 16, 1997.  Other contributors include J. Philippe Rushton, Roger D. Masters, and Albert Somit.  White thanks Itzkoff for "helping to secure publication."]

Levin, Michael.  Why Race Matters:  Race Differences and What They Mean.  Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1997.
    [Published June 1997.]

Lampert, Ada.  The Evolution of Love.  Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1997.

Lehrke, Robert.  Sex Linkage of Intelligence:  The X-Factor.  Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1997.

 

1998

Jensen, Arthur R.  The g Factor:  The Science of Mental Ability.  Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1998.

MacDonald, Kevin.  Separation and Its Discontents:   Toward an Evolutionary Theory of Anti-Semitism.  Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1998.

Aiken, Nancy E.  The Biological Origins of Art.  Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1998.

MacDonald, Kevin.  The Culture of Critique:  An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Political Movements.  Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1998.

 

1999

Rosen, D.H., and M.C. Luebbert, editors.  The Evolution of the Psyche.   Human Evolution, Behavior, and Intelligence.  Westport, Conn.:  Praeger, 1999.
    [Available January 30, 1999.]

 

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