Zenderland’s biography of Henry Goddard

I just finished reading Leila Zenderland’s (1998) biography of Henry H. Goddard, a pioneering psychologist in intelligence testing. It is the best biography of any of the early psychologists involved with the development of intelligence testing. Henry Herbert Goddard was a psychologist who, in the early 20th century, was America’s foremost expert on the identification

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