Awards for Excellence in Research winners, 2001-2002

Camilla Benbow, Vanderbilt University, "Sex Differences in Mathematical Reasoning Ability at Age 13: Their Status 20 Years Later"

David Lubinski, Vanderbilt University, "States of Excellence"

Karl J. Klauer, University of Aachen, "Inducing Inductive Reasoning: Does It Transfer to Fluid Intelligence?"

Marley Watkins, Pennsylvania State University, "Factor Structure of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children – Third Edition Among Gifted Students"

Wendy Williams, Cornell University, "Practical Intelligence for School:  Developing Metacognitive Sources of Achievement in Adolescence"

Betsy McCoach, University of Connecticut, "Factors That Differentiate Underachieving Gifted Students from High Achieving Gifted Students"

Joanne Ruthsatz, Notre Dame College of Ohio, "Becoming an Expert in the Musical Domain; It takes more than just practice.

Li Zuo, College of William and Mary, "An Examination of Terman’s Gifted Children From the Theory of Identity"