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Dynamic Testing: The Nature and Measurement of Learning Potential
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Part I. Theoretical Framework: 1. The Nature of Dynamic Testing: 2. An introduction to dynamic testing 3. Leading Modern Approaches to Dynamic Testing. Expand
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Culture and intelligence.
Intelligence cannot be fully or even meaningfully understood outside its cultural context. Work that seeks to study intelligence acontextually risks the imposition of an investigator's view of theExpand
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Does the Graduate Record Examination predict meaningful success in the graduate training of psychologists? A case study.
The authors consider the empirical validity of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) as a predictor of various kinds of performance in a graduate psychology program, including 1st- and 2nd-yearExpand
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What is the common thread of creativity? Its dialectical relation to intelligence and wisdom.
Creativity refers to the potential to produce novel ideas that are task-appropriate and high in quality. Creativity in a societal context is best understood in terms of a dialectical relation toExpand
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The Road Not Taken
This article describes a theoretical model of reading disability that integrates a wide range of research findings in cognitive psychology, reading, and education across the age and grade span. TheExpand
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Are Learning Approaches and Thinking Styles Related? A Study in Two Chinese Populations
Abstract This article presents the results of an investigation of the construct validity of J. B. Biggs's (1987) theory of learning approaches and of R. J. Sternberg's (1988) theory of thinkingExpand
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Human Intelligence: The Model Is the Message
Theories of intelligence, and some of the research testing them, are designed to answer three basic questions about intelligence: (i) What is the relation of intelligence to the internal world of theExpand
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A Duplex Theory of Love.
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Perceived fraudulence in young adults: is there an "imposter syndrome"?
This investigation consists of two studies designed to examine perceived fraudulence, its measurement, and the personality traits associated with the experience in young adults. For Study 1, theExpand
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Explorations in Giftedness
1. What is giftedness? 2. Theories of giftedness 3. WICS as a model of giftedness 4. Intelligence and giftedness 5. Creativity and giftedness 6. Wisdom and giftedness 7. Giftedness as developingExpand
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