“(An) incendiary thesisrnthat separate races of human beingsrnevolved different reproductive strategiesrnto cope with different environments…”rn—Malcolm W. Browne,rnHew York Times Book Reviewrn”Describes hundreds of studiesrnworldwide that show a consistentrnpattern of human racial differences.”rn—Mark Snyderman, National Reviewrn”A frank attempt to rehabilitate thernconcept of race as a primary descriptiverncategory.”rn—Steve Blinkhorn, Naturern”Should, if there is any justice,rnreceive a Nobel prize.”rn—Richard Lynn, The Spectatorrn”Undoubtedly, Race, Evolution andrnBehavior is the best wide-rangingrnread in differential psychology sincernJensen’s (1981) Staiglit Tall( Aboutrnmiental Tests,”rn—Chris Brand,rnPersonality and Individual DifferencesrnRACE, rnEVOLUTION, rnand BEHAVIOR |rn a life histofy perspective JrnJ. rnPhilippeXrnRushton rnrnRace,rnEvolution,rnand BehaviorrnJ. Philippe RushtonrnWhy are the races different? How different are they?rnThis bool< examines genetic theories to overturn thernprevailing view that if all people were treated thernsame, most race differences would disappear.rnRushton examines international data on over 60rnvariables, including brain size, intelligence, crime,rnand sexual behavior, and finds that Asians andrnAfricans average at opposite ends of a continuumrnwith Europeans intermediate.rnISBN: 1-56000-146-1(cloth); $34.95; 63 illustrations; 344pp.rnOrder from your bool