Winners, 2013-2014

Marc H. Bornstein, Chun-Shin Hahn and Joan T. D. Suwalsky, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, “Physically Developed and Exploratory Young Infants Contribute to Their Own Long-Term Academic Achievement”

Jean Peterson, Purdue University, “The Asset-Burden Paradox of Giftedness: A 15-Year Phenomenological Longitudinal Case Study”

Dominique Morisano and Bruce M. Shore, CAMH-University of Toronto and McGill University, “Can Personal Goal Setting Tap the Potential of the Gifted Underachiever?”

Sophie von Stumm, Goldsmiths University of London, “The Hungry Mind: Intellectual Curiosity Is the Third Pillar of Academic Performance”

Cheryl Walker and Bruce M. Shore, McGill University, “Theory of Mind and Giftedness: New Connections”