Elizabeth Hyde

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Openness/intellect is perhaps the broadest, most contentious, and most quintessentially human of the Big Five personality traits. Capacity for imagination and artistic and intellectual curiosity, central components of the openness/intellect dimension, are part of what defines and advances our species. In terms of breadth, the openness/intellect domain(More)
Evidence from education, psychology, and neuroscience suggests that investing in the development of the social-emotional imagination is essential to cultivating giftedness in adolescents. Nurturing these capacities may be especially effective for promoting giftedness in students who are likely to lose interest and ambition over time. Giftedness is(More)
THE first summer meeting of the AMERICAH MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY was held in one of the lecture-rooms of the Polytechnic Institute in Brooklyn, 1ST. Y., on Tuesday and Wednes-day, August 14 and 15, 1894. These days immediately preceded those fixed for the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and all concessions obtained by that(More)
The ASI will be a high level teaching workshop designed for students at the post-doctoral level and attendance will be limited. The ASI will deal with the broad range of problems and methodologies encountered in the representation and manipulation of various types of chemical information. Organizing Committee: W. ~. Wipke (Princeton), E. Hyde (ICI), R. J.(More)
Rebecca Gotlieb,1,2 Elizabeth Hyde,3 Mary Helen Immordino-Yang,1,2,4 and Scott Barry Kaufman3,5 1Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California. 2Brain and Creativity Institute, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California. 3Positive Psychology Center, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia,(More)
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