Flynn, James (2016). Does Your Family Make You Smarter? Nature, nurture and human autonomy. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-1-316-60446-5
Flynn is well regarded for his research on intelligence. He is famously known for discovering the Flynn Effect, a regular increase of 5-9 points per decade in IQ scores throughout the 20th century. This means that someone who scored an IQ of 100 a few decades ago would likely score about 80 today, which is actually close to today’s cut off point for intellectually challenged.
In his newest research, described in . . .