ReVelle Report

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The ReVelle Report was a report prepared by Jack B. ReVelle, Ph.D and Brenda L. ReVelle in 1986 at the request of the American Mensa Committee to study the reasons why current members joined and stayed in Mensa, and why past members didn't stay. "High dues" was the top reason cited by people who did not continue their Mensa membership.

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