Awards for Excellence in Research winners, 2011-2012

Kimberley Ferriman Robertson, Vanderbilt University, "Beyond the Threshold Hypothesis: Even Among the Gifted and Top Math/Science Graduate Students, Cognitive Abilities, Vocational Interests, and Lifestyle Preferences Matter for Career Choice, Performance, and Persistence" 

James C. Kaufman, California State University at San Bernardino, "Using Creativity to Reduce Ethnic Bias in College Admissions"

Scott Barry Kaufman, New York University, "General Intelligence Predicts Reasoning Ability Even for Evolutionary Familiar Content"

David Lubinski, Vanderbilt University, "Exceptional Cognitive Ability: The Phenotype"

Anne N. Rinn, University of North Texas, "Examining the Relationship Between the Overexcitabilities and Self-Concepts of Gifted Adolescents via Multivariate Cluster Analysis" 

Jonathan Wai, Duke University, "Accomplishment in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and Its Relation to STEM Educational Dose: A 25-Year Longitudinal Study"

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