Russell T. Warne
Russell T. Warne
Associate Professor of Psychology, Utah Valley University
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A Primer on Multivariate Analysis of Variance (MANOVA) for Behavioral Scientists.
RT Warne
Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation 19, 2014
Critical thinking as disciplinary practice
SC Yanchar, BD Slife, R Warne
Review of general psychology 12 (3), 265-281, 2008
Estimating confidence intervals for eigenvalues in exploratory factor analysis
R Larsen, RT Warne
Behavior research methods 42 (3), 871-876, 2010
The impact of participation in the Advanced Placement program on students' college admissions test scores
RT Warne, R Larsen, B Anderson, AJ Odasso
The Journal of Educational Research 108 (5), 400-416, 2015
Evaluating a proposed modification of the Guttman rule for determining the number of factors in an exploratory factor analysis
RT Warne, R Larsen
Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling 56 (1), 104-123, 2014
Statistical methods used in gifted education journals, 2006-2010
RT Warne, M Lazo, T Ramos, N Ritter
Gifted Child Quarterly 56 (3), 134-149, 2012
Five Reasons to Put the g Back Into Giftedness: An Argument for Applying the Cattell–Horn–Carroll Theory of Intelligence to Gifted Education Research and Practice
RT Warne
Gifted Child Quarterly 60 (1), 3-15, 2016
Exploring the various interpretations of “test bias”.
RT Warne, M Yoon, CJ Price
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 20 (4), 570, 2014
The impact of race and ethnicity on the identification process for giftedness in Utah
RT Warne, B Anderson, AO Johnson
Journal for the Education of the Gifted 36 (4), 487-508, 2013
Research on the academic benefits of the Advanced Placement program: Taking stock and looking forward
RT Warne
SAGE Open 7 (1), 2158244016682996, 2017
History and development of above-level testing of the gifted
RT Warne
Roeper Review 34 (3), 183-193, 2012
Comparing Tests Used to Identify Ethnically Diverse Gifted Children: A Critical Response to Lewis, DeCamp-Fritson, Ramage, McFarland, & Archwamety.
RT Warne
Multicultural Education 17 (1), 48-53, 2009
What do undergraduates learn about human intelligence? An analysis of introductory psychology textbooks.
RT Warne, MC Astle, JC Hill
Archives of Scientific Psychology 6 (1), 32, 2018
Comparing weighted and unweighted grade point averages in predicting college success of diverse and low-income college students
RT Warne, C Nagaishi, MK Slade, P Hermesmeyer, EK Peck
NASSP Bulletin 98 (4), 261-279, 2014
Statistics for the social sciences: A general linear model approach
RT Warne
Cambridge University Press, 2020
An evaluation (and vindication?) of Lewis Terman: What the father of gifted education can teach the 21st century
RT Warne
Gifted Child Quarterly 63 (1), 3-21, 2019
Using above-level testing to track growth in academic achievement in gifted students
RT Warne
Gifted Child Quarterly 58 (1), 3-23, 2014
Spearman’sg found in 31 non-Western nations: Strong evidence that g is a universal phenomenon.
RT Warne, C Burningham
Psychological Bulletin 145 (3), 237, 2019
Beyond Multiple Regression: Using Commonality Analysis to Better Understand R [superscript 2] Results.
RT Warne
Gifted Child Quarterly 55 (4), 6, 2011
An introduction to item response theory for health behavior researchers
RT Warne, EJ McKyer, ML Smith
American Journal of Health Behavior 36 (1), 31-43, 2012
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