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" It must be clearly understood that there is nothing in these statements to invalidate the general doctrine that the children of a gifted pair are much more likely to be gifted than the children of a mediocre pair. They merely express the fact that the... "
Darwinism and Human Life: the South African Lectures for 1909 - Page 146
by John Arthur Thomson - 1910 - 245 pages
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Science, Volume 6

Science - 1885
...than the children of a mediocre pair. What it asserts is, that the ablest child of one gifted pair is not likely to be as gifted as the ablest of all the children of very many mediocre pairs. However, as, notwithstanding this explanation, some suspicion may remain...
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Science, Volume 6

Science - 1885
...than the children of a mediocre pair. What it asserts is, that the ablest child of one gifted pair is not likely to be as gifted as the ablest of all the children of very many mediocre pairs. However, as, notwithstanding this explanation, some suspicion may remain...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 52; Volume 167

1885
...gifted than the children of a mediocre pair. What it asserts is that the ablest child of one gifted pair is not likely to be as gifted as the ablest of all the children of very many mediocre pairs. However, as, notwithstanding this explanation, some suspicion may remain...
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Report of the Annual Meeting of the American Association for ..., Volumes 1-7

Physical education and training - 1885
...gifted pair are not much more likely to be gifted than the children of a mediocre pair, but he means that the ablest of all the children of a few gifted pairs is not as likely to be as gifted as the ablest of a very great many mediocre pairs. This accounts for the...
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Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain ..., Volume 15

Anthropology - 1886
...than the children of a mediocre pair. What they assert is that the ablest child of one gifted pair is not likely to be as gifted as the ablest of all the children of very many mediocre pairs. However, as, notwithstanding this explanation, some suspicion ma_y remain...
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The Journal of the Anthropological Institue of great Britian and Ireland

The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland.VOL.XV - 1886
...than the children of a mediocre pair. What they assert is that the ablest child of one gifted pair is not likely to be as gifted as the ablest of all the children of very many mediocre pairs. However, as, notwithstanding this explanation, some suspicion may remain...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 1

Karl M. Dallenbach, Madison Bentley, Edwin Garrigues Boring, Margaret Floy Washburn - Psychology - 1887
...than the children of a mediocre pair ; what it asserts is that the ablest children of one gifted pair is not likely to be as gifted as the ablest of all the children of many mediocre pairs." My first criticism of Gallon's data as a basis for generalization is that they...
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Natural Inheritance, Volume 42; Volume 590

Francis Galton - Heredity - 1889 - 259 pages
...; it no less discountenances extravagant fears that they will inherit all his weakness and disease. It must be clearly understood that there is nothing...the children of a very great many mediocre pairs. The constancy of the ratio of Regression, whatever may be the amount of the Mid-Parental Deviation,...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Physical ...

Physical education and training - 1890
...gifted pair are not much more likely to be gifted than the children of a mediocre pair, but he means that the ablest of all the children of a few gifted pairs is not as likely to be as gifted as the ablest of a very great many mediocre pairs. This accounts for the...
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Nature Versus Natural Selection: An Essay on Organic Evolution

Charles Clement Coe - Evolution - 1895 - 591 pages
...emphatically states that the law of regression does not invalidate the principle of selection : — "It must be clearly understood that there is nothing...the children of a very great many mediocre pairs." — (Natural Inheritance. p. 1o6.) The isolation of similar variants from among those variations which...
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