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Implicit learning as an ability
Sex differences in mental rotation and spatial visualization ability: Can they be accounted for by differences in working memory capacity?
- S. Kaufman
- Psychology, Biology
- 1 May 2007
The Cambridge Handbook of Intelligence
This volume provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date compendium of theory and research in the field of human intelligence. The 42 chapters are written by world-renowned experts, each in his or…
Intact implicit learning in autism spectrum conditions
- Jamie Brown, B. Aczel, L. Jiménez, S. Kaufman, K. Grant
- Psychology, BiologyQuarterly journal of experimental psychology
- 3 March 2010
It is concluded that implicit mechanisms are preserved in ASC and proposed that it is disruption by other atypical processes that impact negatively on the development of skills associated with an implicit acquisition.
Conceptions of Giftedness
Talent is arguably the most precious natural resource a society can have. The purpose of this book is to present alternative conceptions of just what giftedness is how it can be measured, and how it…
Openness to Experience and Intellect Differentially Predict Creative Achievement in the Arts and Sciences.
The hypothesis that whereas Openness predicts creative achievement in the arts, Intellect predicts creative Achievement in the sciences is confirmed and inclusion of performance measures of general cognitive ability and divergent thinking indicated that the relation of Intellect to scientific creativity may be due to these abilities.
Personality and complex brain networks: The role of openness to experience in default network efficiency
Using structural equation modeling and graph theoretical analysis of resting‐state fMRI data, evidence is provided that Openness to Experience—a normally distributed personality trait reflecting a tendency to engage in imaginative, creative, and abstract cognitive processes—underlies efficiency of information processing within the brain's default network.
Opening up Openness to Experience: A Four-Factor Model and Relations to Creative Achievement in the Arts and Sciences.
- S. Kaufman
- 1 December 2013
Openness to experience is the broadest personality domain of the Big Five, including a mix of traits relating to intellectual curiosity, intellectual interests, perceived intelligence, imagination,…
Ode to positive constructive daydreaming
Jerome L. Singer’s enormous contribution to the field is reviewed, which includes insights, methodologies, and tools still in use today, and his enduring legacy as revealed in the recent proliferation of mind wandering studies is traced.
The Light vs. Dark Triad of Personality: Contrasting Two Very Different Profiles of Human Nature
This exploratory study of the contrasting nomological networks of the Light vs. Dark Triad provides several ways forward for more principled and data driven approaches to explore both the malevolent and beneficent sides of human nature.