35 mitos sobre la inteligencia humana

English version of this post – Versión en inglés de esta entrada En el 30 de noviembre de 2019, mandé el texto final de mi próximo libro In the Know: Debunking 35 Myths About Human Intelligence (con el título en español de Estar al tanto: Desmintiendo 35 mitos sobre la inteligencia humana) a la editorial.

35 Myths About Human Intelligence

Versión en español de esta entrada – Spanish version of this post Earlier today I submitted the final text for my upcoming book In the Know: Debunking 35 Myths About Human Intelligence. It feels good to have it in the hands of my publisher. There is still some work to do, but most of it

Combining cut scores for gifted identification: No impact on diversity

I already blogged about an important paper which showed that averaging scores on tests is the most accurate method of identifying children for gifted programs (McBee, Peters, & Waterman, 2014). A paper by my colleague, Joni M. Lakin, built on this earlier research and was named the Paper of the Year in Gifted Child Quarterly

Combining tests for identifying gifted children: Just use IQ?

A few years ago, my colleagues Matthew T. McBee, Scott J. Peters, and Craig Waterman published what I think is one of the most important articles in the past 10 years in gifted education. In it, they examined the effect of using different rules to combine multiple scores into one dichotomous decision to admit or