Thursday 21st June 2018,
Intelligence

ISIR talks!

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This is a growing list of the awesome talks we had in Graz, which authors have kindly made available via figshare. Please cite them if you use this reference! Kazi, Smaragda (2015): Embedding Cognizance in Intellectual Development. 10.6084/m9.figshare.1299354 Latvala, Antti (2015): Paternal antisocial behavior and sons’ cognitive ability: A population-based [...]

January 10, 2015 Tim News 0

2014 Best Student Poster Prize

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Margherita Malanchini Biosketch: Margherita is a PhD student funded by the Economic and Social Research Council- ESRC, based at Goldsmiths University of London. Margherita’s PhD research focuses on investigating the aetiology and brain correlates of those non-cognitive factors (such as motivation, self-perceived ability and anxiety) implicated in mathematical learning. The project [...]

December 29, 2014 Tim Awards, Student Awards 0

2014 ISIR Prize for Best Student Presentation

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Kaili  Rimfield Biosketch: Kaili gained her BSc in Psychology and MSc in Developmental Psychology from Birkbeck College, University of London. In 2013, she received a MRC studentship and began her PhD at the Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry Centre, King’s College London. She is currently working under the supervision of Professor Robert [...]

December 29, 2014 Tim Awards, Student Awards 0

2014 Best Student Methodology Presentation: Paulette Flore

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Paulette Flore Biosketch: Paulette grew up in Heerjansdam, the Netherlands. In 2013 she completed her Research Master in Social and Behavioral Sciences at Tilburg University, with a minor in methodology and statistics. Currently she works as a PhD candidate at Tilburg University at the Department of Methodology and Statistics on a [...]

December 24, 2014 Tim Awards, News, Student Awards 0

2015: Albuquerque, New Mexico September 18-20

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Watch keynote talks on YouTube! President’s Invited Address: Steven Pinker Keynote Address: Roberto Colom Holden Award: Alice Dreger Invited Address: Paul Sackett & Nathan Kuncel Distinguished Contributor Interview: Robert Plomin The conference offers an unrivalled opportunity for those interested in intelligence to meet, present their research, and discuss current questions and applications. The 2015 [...]

December 18, 2014 Tim Conferences, Conferences - Past 3

2014 Lifetime Achievement Award: Ian Deary

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The Lifetime Achievement Award is ISIR’s highest honor, reserved for individuals who have, over their professional lifetime, substantially advanced the field of intelligence. The 2014 awardee was Professor Ian Deary Interviewed for the award, Professor Deary summed up his work as follows: “I feel like four different people in intelligence [...]

December 14, 2014 Tim Awards, Lifetime Achievement Awards, News 0

Get your paper published session at ISIR Graz

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Academic publishing is a competitive field. It can be daunting for researchers starting their careers. But there are important steps that, as an Author, you can follow in preparing your manuscript for a successful publication. Hear the publisher’s perspective.” This one hour session at ISIR in Graz will have ample [...]

December 1, 2014 Tim News 0

Tweeting Graz #IQ2014

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Along with blogging, news releases and other communications, Twitter is now a significant component for sharing and bringing attention to new discoveries. The hashtag for ISIR 2014 in Graz will be #IQ2014 Feel free to append this to tweets about your preparations for the conference, and live events. If you’re [...]

October 21, 2014 Tim News 2

Consensus emerging: Intelligence is central to cognition, and critical to our future

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First, Jon Wai’s finding the next Einstein blog hosts an interview with ISIR Founder, and Lifetime achievement award winner, Douglas Detterman noting just how very important the ability of people is to our past, present, and, most importantly, to our future. And in the same week, an (open) paper in Molecular Psychiatry (pdf here) [...]

September 22, 2014 Tim News 0

Senior Lecturer Position in Quantitative Methods, Vanderbilt’s Peabody College

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The Quantitative Methods program in the Department of Psychology and Human Development of Vanderbilt’s Peabody College of Education and Human Development is searching to fill a senior lecturer position to teach introductory statistics courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level.  The appointment will likely begin in August, 2015, although [...]

September 18, 2014 Tim Job and workshop postings 0