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They said at the time: "We have had the most exciting journey together ever since meeting at West Hatch High School in and are so happy for each other.

We hope to see you soon at our own shows. Love Jonathan and Charlotte. Since their split, Jonathan released his debut album Tenore in October , reaching number 13 in the UK, and number one in the classical chart.

Two years later, his second album Believe fared less better, only reaching number 79 but still topping the classical chart. In September , Jonathan performed his first solo concert in the USA, appearing at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza California.

Best moment? After impressing Cheryl and making it to the live shows, year-old Lloyd became a fan favourite for the 5th series.

Although facing some tough criticism from the judges, Lloyd made it all the way to the semi-finals.

His back flip live on stage while singing Fly Me To The Moon was truly impressive! After the series ended, Lloyd spent a year touring with The X Factor.

Now aged 23, he's moved into musical theatre and starred in a number of shows and pantomimes, including over performances of Joseph and the Technicolor Dream Coat.

Sounds like he's been pretty busy! After a very tense six chair challenge, Tom made it on to one of the seats and secured a place at Nick Grimshaw?

However he soon quit claiming? He also later declared to ITV that he didn't feel vocally ready. He is now signed to an independent label via Sony and has been on tour with the likes of Jason Derulo.

He has also released his debut single? Half of me?. Fans on Twitter were quick to point out his resemblance to singer Sam Smith - we can see it!

What year? Runner-up in the 3rd series, His debut album Doing It My Way reaching number 1 in the album charts.

Well, hasn't Ray changed a lot since his fresh-faced days on The X Factor?! Ray was known for his old-school swing music, and after his X Factor appearance he released a debut swing album, Doing It My Way, with Simon Cowell's record label.

In he skated to glory to win Dancing On Ice alongside professional skater, Maria Filippov. Since then he's carved out a career in the theatre starring in Legally Blonde and The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice.

Does anyone remember him starring as Anthony in Brookside as a child too? Super cute! When he sang his baritone version of Phantom of the Opera, complete with his slightly unsettling stare!

Rhydian has had quite the colourful career since leaving the comfort of the X Factor house. The Welsh singer has been a patron for The Prince?

He currently has a No. What a busy boy? Janet left all the judges in tears after her emotional rendition of Elton John's Your Song back in her first audition.

During the course of the show Courtney Love tweeted Simon Cowell to offer Janet a Nirvana song to perform, as Courtney has claimed Janet and her family are distant relatives of the late Kurt Cobain - although Janet denies there is a connection.

Instead she opted to sing Snow Patrol's Chasing Cars for her final performance. Former biscuit factory worker Craig got to the final in the series of The X Factor, aged just 22, as one of Gary Barlow's solo boys group.

But it wasn't to be, and Craig was beaten to first place by Little Mix. According to his Twitter page, Craig is still making music and pursuing his dream to be a singer - he is currently on a UK tour and making plans to travel to Los Angeles to continue his work.

Craig has even got celebrity followers such as fellow X Factor star Harry Styles from One Direction. Eoghan got to the final three in the series of The X Factor, when he was just 16, and was signed to record label RCA after leaving the show.

In Eoghan competed to represent Ireland in the Eurovision Song contest but has since ditched his musical career in favour of being a footballer!

Rachael is now an actress, as well as a singer. She has just started starring in Hollyoaks as Lisa Loveday! Won series 9 in Best moment?

Triumphing over front runner Jahmene Douglas in the final Where are they now? James reached the top of the charts with his winners' single, and has just released his debut single, 'You're nobody until sombody loves you.

Came 5th in the 9th series in Best moment? Rylan wowed the crowds with his rendition of 'Gangnam Style' Where are they now? Rylan won the series of Celebrity Big Brother and found himself taken to the heart of the nation!

He has since had slots presenting on ITV. Won the 8th series, Similarly, the observed increases in the cognitive test scores of many populations across much of the last years the Flynn effect are correlated at —0.

If the black-white IQ gap reflected environmental rather than genetic disparities, it would constitute a very unusual Jensen effect. Research on Jensen effects indicates that g is mainly a genetic phenomenon, and that variables that are positively associated with g are biological variables that share genetic influences with g.

This is underscored by the finding that the kinds of environmental effects, such as brain injuries, that directly affect the neurobiological substrate of cognition do not cause g -linked cognitive changes.

What this means is that his proposed explanation of the gap cannot account for the pattern of cognitive differences that is actually observed. It also means that his simulations, discussed in more detail below, are misspecified and, for this reason alone, do not provide evidence for or against any realistic model of racial differences.

It should be noted that one cannot nullify the importance of Jensen effects by simply denying the reality of the g factor as a source of cognitive differences.

Regardless of the nature of g , environmental variables are differentially associated with g loadings than genetically saturated variables, and the black-white gap resembles genetic variables in this respect.

Any alternative, non-g theory of intelligence must be capable of explaining why we see these consistent patterns of correlations between g factor loadings and other variables.

Kaplan presents a series of simulations of the effects of his hypothesized racialized environments on the IQs of blacks. He claims that the simulations show that such effects would generally not be statistically detectable in any study with a realistic sample size.

He concludes that racism against blacks is therefore a promising explanation of the IQ gap, and that HM is not viable. The flaws can be summarized in the following three points:.

He finds that given realistic sample sizes, the increases in variances are not generally statistically significant. He regards this as the main finding of his study, and concludes that X-factors are therefore not generally detectable.

This conclusion is completely unwarranted. Given the abundance of data on black-white IQ differences, one could easily conduct a powerful meta-analysis of variance differences.

For example, a meta-analysis of racial differences in general cognitive ability Roth et al. If the variances of black IQ scores were slightly but consistently higher than those of whites, a meta-analysis would show it with a high degree of statistical reliability.

As it happens, the variances of IQ scores in blacks are typically smaller than those of whites. Jensen , p. One of the peculiarities of his article is that he does not examine variance differences in any real-life data sets.

Specifically, one group could be inherently more variable than another group on a given phenotype. For example, the pigmentation of hair and eyes varies in Europeans much more than in black Africans, reflecting the fact that the genetic mutations causing this phenotypic diversity in Europeans arose, or at least became selectively advantageous, long after the evolutionary divergence of African and non-African lineages.

The proper way to test for X-factors is discussed next. The predominant view among psychometricians and the one that is adopted in this article is that individual differences in intelligence can be conceptualized in terms of a factor hierarchy with a third-level general factor g , second-level broad ability factors, and first-level test-specific variation Deary, Higher-level sources of variation exert a causal influence on the lower levels of the hierarchy.

Observed test scores, whether they be full- or subscale scores, subtest scores, or item scores, are regarded as reflections of the latent abilities that underlie performance on all cognitive tasks.

The distinction between abilities and test scores is completely ignored by Kaplan. His simulated X-factors directly influence observed, full scale IQ scores see Figure 1 above.

However, full scale IQ scores are typically composites of scores on different tests. The fact that any causal influence on test performance is almost inevitably differentially associated with different tests and abilities offers rich possibilities for testing for group differences in causal processes.

There are standard methods for doing such analyses. This means that they tell us nothing about how difficult or easy it is to detect X-factors.

The analysis would examine whether simulated variance-covariance matrices and mean structures produced by the X-factor model could be statistically distinguished from those produced by the same model without X-factors.

The X-factor-free white model and the black X-factor model are depicted in Figures 2a and 2b, respectively. Figure 2a.

Model for white test scores. The squares represent different cognitive tests, while the ellipses are latent ability constructs that, except for g , are unspecified here but could represent verbal, fluid, and spatial abilities, and short-term memory, for example.

Residual variances are not shown but are assumed to be uncorrelated. The letters a—g are selected factor loadings. Figure 2b. X-factor model for black test scores.

Various X-factors, conceptualized as latent variables, influence test scores alongside ability constructs. The letters a—i are selected factor loadings.

The test for measurement invariance that could be performed on the simulated variances, covariances, and means produced by the white and black models would essentially be a test of whether it is statistically plausible that the black test scores that were actually produced by the X-factor model could as well have been produced by the white model.

Assuming that the white model shows an adequate fit to the data generated by the X-factor model in a single-group confirmatory factor analysis if it does not, the X-factors have already been detected and the analysis can end , we can proceed to a multiple-group analysis, in which the following four conditions are examined Brown, , pp.

Across the two groups, the number of latent factors must be the same, and the same tests must load on the same factors.

This condition will necessarily be true if the white model fits the data produced by the X-factor model in a single-group analysis, but the equal form condition of the multiple-group analysis serves as a baseline model for the next step of the analysis.

The loadings or regression slopes of the tests on the factors must be equal across groups, that is, a change in the level of a factor must be associated with similarly-sized changes in the levels of the associated tests in both groups.

When the tests are regressed on their respective factors, the intercepts must be equal across groups. This guarantees that any differences in the means of the tests can be attributed to differences in the means of the factors.

If the intercepts are unequal, it indicates that group differences in test means are not due to group differences in the underlying abilities.

The magnitudes of the residual unique variances of the tests must be equal across groups. This ensures that any variance differences in the tests can be attributed to the latent factors.

The plausibility of these four conditions is tested by sequentially introducing additional cross-group equality constraints on the model and examining whether the fit of the model deteriorates.

If all the relevant parameters can be constrained to be equal across groups without a significant deterioration in model fit compared to if the parameters were freely estimated for both groups , then strict measurement invariance holds across groups.

This jeopardizes measurement invariance because equal loadings across groups is one of its requirements.

Constraining the loadings to values between the optimal white and black ones may well lead only to a non-significant deterioration in model fit if just a few loadings are modestly affected.

But as the X-factors introduce a large number of new dependencies between tests, many loadings will be affected, some strongly, making factor loading invariance difficult to achieve.

For example, the size of the black-white gaps on tests 5, 6, 7, and 8 in Figures 2a and 2b must be fully predictable from the size of the factor loadings d, e, f, and g.

This is tested by constraining the intercepts of the tests to be equal across groups, and examining whether the requirement to reproduce the mean differences in the tests from factor means leads to a deterioration in model fit compared to a model without this constraint.

From Figure 2b it is apparent that multiple X-factors exert negative influences on the means of the tests in blacks in a way that is completely unrelated to the loadings of the tests on the ability factors.

Therefore, X-factors tend to change the pattern of black-white gaps on different tests so that the gaps are no longer predictable from ability factor loadings, leading to non-invariant intercepts across groups.

If the tests for measurement invariance showed across many iterations that the black and white models of intelligence produce significantly different variance-covariance matrices and mean structures, this would indicate that the invariance tests successfully detect the existence of X-factors.

If, on the other hand, there were no significant differences between the black and white matrices and mean structures, we would conclude that the method is not sensitive enough to detect X-factors.

Why is the black-white gap greatly attenuated on tests of short-term memory and perceptual speed, while it is particularly large on tests of general knowledge and abstract reasoning?

Kaplan provides no explanation. Jensen explained such findings by reference to the varying g-loadings of cognitive tests, showing that controlling for the influence of g eliminates the vast majority of cognitive differences between the two races.

This indicates that the same latent abilities that explain test score differences within each race also explain the observed interracial IQ gap.

He could, of course, aver that his X-factors are so subtle that they would not violate measurement invariance, but he has not tested this claim and it cannot presently be tested given the sketchy nature of his model.

However, we can get a good idea of whether a properly specified X-factor model would pass a test of measurement invariance by examining whether environmental factors known to influence test scores pass this test.

Wicherts et al. As Sackett et al. This indicates that rather than causing the black-white IQ gap, stereotype threat widens a pre-existing gap that is persistently observed regardless of social context.

Stereotype threat appears to be no more than yet another curiosity of the psychological laboratory without real-world implications Lee, Kaplan believes that the Flynn effect presents another environmental influence supporting his thesis.

However, it is not true that more appropriate methods fail to detect the Flynn effect. When tests of measurement invariance, described above, and analogous differential item functioning tests have been applied to IQ data from different age cohorts, it has consistently been found that measurement invariance between cohorts is untenable Wicherts et al.

As Wicherts et al. Consistently with this finding, Ang et al. The environmental improvements underlying the Flynn effect have reached blacks and whites equally, suggesting that the environmental factors influencing cognitive development are highly similar in the two races.

Contrary to what Kaplan believes, the Flynn effect is easy to identify with standard psychometric methods and ordinary sample sizes.

If he wants to maintain that his racial X-factors would not be detectable with the same methods, he must modify his thesis and argue that the influence of his X-factors is uniquely subtle and completely different in character from known environmental influences such as the Flynn effect.

This study design where the equality of matrices is directly compared represents a model-free analogue to the model-based analyses of measurement invariance discussed above although mean vectors were not examined by Rowe et al.

While the model-based analyses examine the statistical structure of individual differences in IQ test performance, Rowe and colleagues extended the same logic to an analysis of a wide range of variables beyond tests.

Both methods rely on the insight that the effects of X-factors will not be limited to a specific variable, but rather will ramify across a whole network of related variables, reorganizing their mutual relations in a way that can be detected with statistical techniques.

X-factors are expected to cause differences especially in the covariances or correlations of observed variables across groups.

In contrast, there is no way to say if the variance of IQ scores, which is the only statistic that Kaplan is interested in, should be lower, the same, or higher in blacks due to the influence of X-factors, given that we do not know what the variance would be without the putative influence of the X-factors.

Rowe and colleagues found the many matrices of environmental and outcome variables that they analyzed to be statistically indistinguishable across groups.

Therefore, there appear to be no group-specific sources of developmental differences, or X-factors. This corroborates the consistent finding of measurement invariance between races in confirmatory factor analyses of IQ batteries.

Group differences in the mean level of IQ can be attributed to differences in developmental antecedents that are common to all groups.

Therefore, black individuals tend to have low IQ scores for the very same reasons that a smaller proportion of white individuals have low IQ scores.

These reasons plausibly include genetic differences, but if group differences are to be explained in completely non-genetic terms, then the causes must be VE-type factors: the IQ-decreasing environments experienced by most blacks have to be similar to those experienced only by disadvantaged whites.

However, as discussed above, the available empirical evidence argues strongly against the existence of such VE-factors. The task of the non-hereditarian is further complicated by the fact that genetic and environmental factors show differential associations with different cognitive ability parameters, and black IQ deficits closely resemble genetic influences in this respect.

This is because they present an influence on test scores that is orthogonal to the influence exerted by latent factors, whereas black-white cognitive differences can in fact be attributed to latent factors.

In particular, black-white differences on cognitive tests are positively correlated with the g loadings of the tests, and can be mostly explained by a racial difference in the mean level of g.

However, there is a theoretical possibility of X-factors causing g -linked black-white gaps and not violating measurement invariance.

That would happen if the X-factors directly influenced g, with their effect on observed test scores fully mediated by latent abilities.

This would ensure that the X-factor-induced racial gaps could be attributed to the latent abilities i. A model like this is depicted in Figure 3.

Figure 3. A model where X-factors influence g directly and test scores indirectly. Residual variances are not shown.

Is it plausible that X-factors would exclusively and directly influence g? As discussed earlier, it has consistently been found that environmental influences on test performance are negatively or not at all associated with g loadings, whereas genetic influences are associated strongly and positively with g loadings.

Unless the nature of the racial X-factors is completely unique in the domain of environmental influences, they would not cause g -linked gaps. Furthermore, as we have seen, the environmental factors that Kaplan offers as analogues to his X-factors do not cause test score gaps that can be attributed to latent abilities—this is true of both the stable, trait-like gaps associated with the Flynn effect, and the ephemeral, state-like gaps associated with stereotype threat.

While g is overwhelmingly a genetic phenomenon, there are nevertheless some non-genetic influences on it. For example, Panizzon et al.

Could X-factors be included in that 14 percent? As discussed above, no environmental factors directly affecting g have been identified, suggesting that environmental influences on g may not have anything to do with aspects of the social environment but rather that they may consist of random, noise-like influences affecting individual development regardless of external circumstances Kan et al.

Kaplan posits that there is a large number of environmental X-factors, many of them affecting only certain subgroups of blacks, so to assume that all these X-factors would have the same, laser-like focus on g, completely unlike how all known environmental factors influence test scores, makes this model so implausible as to leave it devoid of interest.

The nature of these negative experiences is such that one would expect them to have their most direct and most profound effects on non-cognitive rather than cognitive characteristics.

If Kaplan had presented his model as an explanation of racial differences in the prevalence of some psychiatric disorder rather than in the mean level of IQ, it would have had some prior plausibility, given the well-established link between stressful life events and mental disorders e.

It is difficult to imagine why the emotional well-being, motivation, and self-concept of blacks would not suffer from the same experiences that supposedly greatly harm their cognitive abilities.

The data are from various meta-analyses and large, nationally representative studies, as indicated in the table. For comparative purposes, the black-white IQ gap is also presented in the table.

Two things are immediately evident from Table 1. Secondly, blacks appear to suffer from many psychiatric disorders somewhat less frequently than whites, and they generally have at least as optimistic and confident an outlook on life as whites.

Several objections can be presented against these results. It is possible that due to lack of access to health care, blacks are underdiagnosed with respect to the disorders examined here.

Similarly, the self-report measures used could reflect a greater tendency towards socially desirable responding in blacks, and black suicides may remain unidentified more often than white ones.

However, the reported gaps generally favor blacks, and if the true effect sizes really had the opposite sign and were large, the bias in the measures used would have to be implausibly pervasive.

For example, if the real gap in social phobia, obscured by underdiagnosis, were —1. We can safely conclude that the basic pattern of results shown in Table 1 does not stem from measurement bias.

Another objection might be that the levels of emotional well-being and self-esteem in blacks as compared to whites could be inherently higher for genetic or cultural reasons , so that even very traumatic experiences would not altogether eliminate the black advantage.

The personal characteristics that one would expect to be most directly and potently affected by the kind of chronically racially biased society that Kaplan describes are in fact generally not affected at all.

On the contrary, the data show African Americans to be at least as well-adjusted as whites. Black Americans appear to possess a great deal of confidence in their abilities and a very optimistic attitude to life, as exemplified by the fact that the educational and occupational aspirations of black adolescents and young adults are virtually identical to those of their white peers, in spite of the large white advantage in academic performance.

Kaplan argues that HM is not a testable scientific proposition. This claim is mistaken. This natural experiment is fully feasible using current technology.

The study design would exploit the fact that African Americans are an admixed population with a major West African and a smaller European element, while white Americans are almost exclusively descended from European immigrants Lao et al.

On the average, the ancestry of black Americans is approximately 80 percent African and 20 percent European, but, crucially, these percentages vary considerably across individuals—the standard deviation is about 12 percentage points Bhatia et al.

Because genetic influence on IQ mostly reflects the additive effects of up to thousands of genes Davies et al.

In other words, a greater amount of white admixture is assumed to bring with it a more advantageous mix of alleles influencing IQ.

Therefore, one only needs to recruit a large, representative sample of black Americans and obtain from each of them a valid IQ score and a DNA-based estimate of European admixture.

If HM is correct, there should be a strong correlation between white ancestry and IQ. To ensure that any possible association is not driven by correlations between ancestry and physical appearance, appropriate covariates e.

The most direct and powerful way of ruling out the influence of confounding variables would be to use a sibling fixed effects design where IQ and ancestry are investigated within sibling pairs.

This admixture design has been frequently used in biomedical research. The degree of African ancestry has been found to be associated with, for example, preterm birth Tsai et al.

Of greater interest to the present discussion is the finding that African ancestry is negatively correlated with educational and occupational attainment and family income in black Americans Cheng et al.

This finding greatly complicates theories that attribute the black-white IQ gap to social class differences. The feasibility of admixture analysis means, at the very least, that HM is falsifiable.

If no correlation between IQ and ancestry were found in African Americans, HM would have to be rejected, and a redoubled effort at identifying environmental causes of racial differences could commence.

In contrast, if white ancestry were found to be strongly associated with greater IQ, it would provide very powerful evidence in favor of HM, but I would expect that many committed anti-hereditarians would still not accept HM.

Even so, a high correlation between ancestry and IQ would necessarily greatly constrain many proposed models of environmental causation.

Considering that few black Americans have knowledge of their precise ancestry, it would be very challenging to explain high IQ-ancestry correlations in purely social terms.

In contrast, the non-hereditarian explanation of the black-white IQ gap is essentially unfalsifiable because even in the face of overwhelming evidence in favor of HM, it is always possible to postulate that some exotic and imperceptible environmental influence is to blame for the gap.

James Flynn has criticized researchers for assuming that racism is a magical ambient force rather than one whose possible effects are manifested through such ordinary mechanisms as poverty and poor self-esteem.

Kaplan rejects this argument. He presents no evidence for the hypothesis that what he calls racialized environments have an effect on IQ, and his evidence for the very existence of these environments is very weak.

Nevertheless, his model presupposes that such environments, no matter how heterogeneous, act like magic bullets, causing large, g-linked cognitive deficits in blacks from all backgrounds while miraculously bypassing all the brain systems that mediate emotional and motivational processes.

Furthermore, the racial X-factors do all this in such a subtle way that no statistical signals of their presence can ever be observed, making racism a causal force completely unlike all known environmental influences on IQ scores.

The essentially occult powers that Kaplan attributes to white racism take his arguments beyond the bounds of science. Thinking that he has refuted this particular argument, Kaplan concludes that HM as a whole is untenable.

However, HM consists of a large body of interlocking theoretical arguments and pieces of empirical evidence not all of which have been explicitly considered in this article which should not be investigated in isolation from each other.

Postulating X-factors to explain the IQ gap is an empty exercise unless one shows that such factors fit the totality of evidence.

Because Kaplan fails to consider all the relevant facts, his X-factor model could be correct only if a long list of assumptions that he leaves unstated and unexplored were correct.

Considering that Kaplan is an associate professor of philosophy, another lesson that might be drawn from his very confidently presented yet completely unsuccessful challenge to HM is that a philosophical education alone is without value in a scientific dispute.

A good command of the theories, methods, and evidence pertinent to the particular area of research is necessary for making useful scientific contributions.

Kaplan attacks HM on rather general grounds and appears to be largely ignorant of the extensive network of evidence that makes HM such a compelling model.

Kaplan is also oblivious to the fact that, perhaps uniquely among all the long-running disputes in social science, a definitive empirical resolution to the black-white IQ controversy is within the reach of contemporary science.

That there nevertheless has been no rush to use genomic methods to clarify the etiology of the gap testifies to the taboo nature of the hereditarian model.

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