Creativity and Occupational Accomplishments Among Intellectually Precocious Youths: An Age 13 to Age 33 Longitudinal Study.

@article{Wai2005CreativityAO,
  title={Creativity and Occupational Accomplishments Among Intellectually Precocious Youths: An Age 13 to Age 33 Longitudinal Study.},
  author={Jonathan Wai and D. Lubinski and C. Benbow},
  journal={Journal of Educational Psychology},
  year={2005},
  volume={97},
  pages={484-492}
}
  • Jonathan Wai, D. Lubinski, C. Benbow
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Educational Psychology
  • This study tracks intellectually precocious youths (top 1%) over 20 years. Phase 1 (N 1,243 boys, 732 girls) examines the significance of age 13 ability differences within the top 1% for predicting doctorates, income, patents, and tenure at U.S. universities ranked within the top 50. Phase 2 (N 323 men, 188 women) evaluates the robustness of discriminant functions developed earlier, based on age-13 ability and preference assessments and calibrated with age-23 educational criteria but extended… CONTINUE READING

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