Biography:

In the past Curtis S. Dunkel has collaborated on articles with Michael A. Woodley of Menie and Dimitri van der Linden. One of their most recent publications is The general factor of personality and general intelligence: Evidence for substantial association. Which was published in journal Intelligence.

More information about Curtis S. Dunkel research including statistics on their citations can be found on their Copernicus Academic profile page.

Curtis S. Dunkel's Articles: (7)

The general factor of personality and general intelligence: Evidence for substantial association

Highlights•Examined associations between g and the general factor of personality•Substantial associations were found between g and the general factor of personality.•The results are discussed in relation to life history theory.

Using a prison sample to assess the association between the general factor of personality and general intelligence

Highlights•Examined associations between g and the general factor of personality•The GFP and g were positively correlated in a prison sample.•Substantial Jensen Effects were also found.

In France, are secular IQ losses biologically caused? A comment on Dutton and Lynn (2015)

Highlights•Dutton and Lynn have identified a 4 point decline in French IQ.•Dysgenics and replacement migration are proposed as causes.•French IQ losses are found to be associated with the Jensen effect (ρ = .833).•A common factor of g loadings and 3 biological variables loads on the loss-vector.•This supports biological causation.

Evidence for the role of the General Factor of Personality (GFP) in enculturation: The GFP and self-construal in Japanese and American samples

Highlights•The GFP in relation to enculturation was examined.•American and Japanese samples were analyzed.•Based on self-construal, the results suggest the GFP is associated with enculturation.

Estimating the strength of genetic selection against heritable g in a sample of 3520 Americans, sourced from MIDUS II

Highlights•3520 Americans born in the 1960's were investigated for genetic selection against g.h.•g.h should decline by − .262 points per decade due to selection.•Adjusting for mutation accumulation increases the loss to − 1.072 points per decade.•These g.h losses co-occur with s.e gains (Flynn effect) of 3.6 points per decade.

Short CommunicationThe relationships between sex, life history strategy, and adult romantic attachment style

Highlights•Women exhibited higher preoccupied attachment.•In women, slow life history was positively correlated with preoccupied attachment.•In men, slow life history was positively correlated with secure attachment.•In men, slow life history was negatively correlated with fearful attachment.•In men, slow life history was negatively correlated with dismissive attachment.

ReviewThe General Factor of Personality (GFP) as social effectiveness: Review of the literature

Highlights•A General Factor of Personality (GFP) can be found in personality measures.•Different scientific views exist on the nature of the GFP.•We argue that the GFP reflects social effectiveness.•The scientific literature on the GFP provides support for this notion.

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