Michael A. Woodley of Menie, Yr.
Michael A. Woodley of Menie, Yr.
Center Leo Apostel for Interdisciplinary Studies, VUB, Brussels
Verified email at vub.ac.be
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The cognitive differentiation-integration effort hypothesis: A synthesis between the fitness indicator and life history models of human intelligence
MA Woodley
Review of General Psychology 15 (3), 228-245, 2011
1082011
The measurement of human life history strategy
AJ Figueredo, TC de Baca, MA Woodley
Personality and Individual Differences 55 (3), 251-255, 2013
912013
Were the Victorians cleverer than us? The decline in general intelligence estimated from a meta-analysis of the slowing of simple reaction time
MA Woodley, J te Nijenhuis, R Murphy
Intelligence 41 (6), 843-850, 2013
882013
Four successful tests of the cognitive differentiation–integration effort hypothesis
MA Woodley, AJ Figueredo, SD Brown, KC Ross
Intelligence 41 (6), 832-842, 2013
862013
Gender differences in subjective well-being and their relationships with gender equality
G Meisenberg, MA Woodley
Journal of Happiness Studies 16 (6), 1539-1555, 2015
762015
Multiple successful tests of the Strategic Differentiation-Integration Effort (SD-IE) hypothesis.
AJ Figueredo, MA Woodley, SD Brown, KC Ross
Journal of Social, Evolutionary, and Cultural Psychology 7 (4), 361, 2013
742013
Strategic and cognitive differentiation–integration effort in a study of 76 countries
MA Woodley, HBF Fernandes
Personality and Individual Differences 57, 3-7, 2014
582014
Political orientations, intelligence and education
H Rindermann, C Flores-Mendoza, MA Woodley
Intelligence 40 (2), 217-225, 2012
572012
Global behavioral variation: A test of differential-K
G Meisenberg, MA Woodley
Personality and individual differences 55 (3), 273-278, 2013
542013
The social and scientific temporal correlates of genotypic intelligence and the Flynn effect
MA Woodley
Intelligence 40 (2), 189-204, 2012
542012
Historical variability in heritable general intelligence: Its evolutionary origins and socio-cultural consequences
MA Woodley, AJ Figueredo
The University of Buckingham Press, 2013
512013
Haplogroups as evolutionary markers of cognitive ability
H Rindermann, MA Woodley, J Stratford
Intelligence 40 (4), 362-375, 2012
492012
A life history model of the Lynn–Flynn effect
MA Woodley
Personality and Individual Differences 53 (2), 152-156, 2012
472012
In the Netherlands the anti-Flynn effect is a Jensen effect
MA Woodley, G Meisenberg
Personality and Individual Differences 54 (8), 871-876, 2013
462013
Are high-IQ individuals deficient in common sense? A critical examination of the [] clever sillies' hypothesis
MA Woodley
Intelligence 38 (5), 471-480, 2010
462010
Strategic differentiation and integration among the 50 states of the USA
HBF Fernandes, MA Woodley
Personality and Individual Differences 55 (8), 1000-1002, 2013
452013
Controlling for increased guessing enhances the independence of the Flynn effect from g: The return of the Brand effect
MA Woodley, J te Nijenhuis, O Must, A Must
Intelligence 43, 27-34, 2014
442014
Corrigendum to “Inbreeding depression and IQ in a study of 72 countries”[Intelligence 37 (3)(2009) 268–276].
MA Woodley
Elsevier Science, 2012
44*2012
Inbreeding depression and IQ in a study of 72 countries
MA Woodley
Intelligence 37 (3), 268-276, 2009
442009
SD–IE and other differentiation effects in Italy and Spain
EL Armstrong, HBF Fernandes, MA Woodley
Personality and Individual Differences 68, 189-194, 2014
422014
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