Monthly Archives: February 2016

Ritchie,S. (2015). Intelligence: All that matters. London: John Murray Learning.

Surely, being a full-time academic in a psychology department I shouldn’t be reading a teeny-tiny book on intelligence like this 115-page introduction. Instead you would think that I was  equipped to take on one of the many massive and excellent … Continue reading

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Book Review: Beaujean, A.A. (2014). Latent Variable Modeling Using R. Hove: Routledge.

This is one of the many stats books I’ve been ordering for the Goldsmiths Library lately (and, boy, I really love ordering new stats books for the library!). Just beware, there are more review of advanced stats books to come … Continue reading

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