David Lubinski
David Lubinski
Professor of Psychology, Vanderbilt University
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Spatial ability for STEM domains: Aligning over 50 years of cumulative psychological knowledge solidifies its importance.
J Wai, D Lubinski, CP Benbow
Journal of educational Psychology 101 (4), 817, 2009
Study of mathematically precocious youth after 35 years: Uncovering antecedents for the development of math-science expertise
D Lubinski, CP Benbow
Perspectives on psychological science 1 (4), 316-345, 2006
Importance of assessing spatial ability in intellectually talented young adolescents: A 20-year longitudinal study.
DL Shea, D Lubinski, CP Benbow
Journal of Educational Psychology 93 (3), 604, 2001
The heritability of general cognitive ability increases linearly from childhood to young adulthood
CMA Haworth, MJ Wright, M Luciano, NG Martin, EJC de Geus, ...
Molecular psychiatry 15 (11), 1112-1120, 2010
Accomplishment in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and its relation to STEM educational dose: A 25-year longitudinal study.
J Wai, D Lubinski, CP Benbow, JH Steiger
Journal of Educational Psychology 102 (4), 860, 2010
Introduction to the special section on cognitive abilities: 100 years after Spearman's (1904)"'General intelligence,'objectively determined and measured".
D Lubinski
Journal of personality and social psychology 86 (1), 96, 2004
Scientific and social significance of assessing individual differences:“Sinking shafts at a few critical points”
D Lubinski
Annual review of psychology 51 (1), 405-444, 2000
Top 1 in 10,000: a 10-year follow-up of the profoundly gifted.
D Lubinski, RM Webb, MJ Morelock, CP Benbow
Journal of applied Psychology 86 (4), 718, 2001
States of excellence.
D Lubinski, CP Benbow
American Psychologist 55 (1), 137, 2000
Assessing spurious" moderator effects": Illustrated substantively with the hypothesized (" synergistic") relation between spatial and mathematical ability.
D Lubinski, LG Humphreys
Psychological bulletin 107 (3), 385, 1990
Sex differences in mathematical reasoning ability at age 13: Their status 20 years later
CP Benbow, D Lubinski, DL Shea, H Eftekhari-Sanjani
Psychological science 11 (6), 474-480, 2000
Utility of predicting group membership and the role of spatial visualization in becoming an engineer, physical scientist, or artist.
LG Humphreys, D Lubinski, G Yao
Journal of applied psychology 78 (2), 250, 1993
Spatial ability and STEM: A sleeping giant for talent identification and development
D Lubinski
Personality and Individual Differences 49 (4), 344-351, 2010
Creativity and technical innovation: Spatial ability’s unique role
HJ Kell, D Lubinski, CP Benbow, JH Steiger
Psychological science 24 (9), 1831-1836, 2013
Contrasting intellectual patterns predict creativity in the arts and sciences: Tracking intellectually precocious youth over 25 years
G Park, D Lubinski, CP Benbow
Psychological Science 18 (11), 948-952, 2007
Work preferences, life values, and personal views of top math/science graduate students and the profoundly gifted: Developmental changes and gender differences during emerging …
K Ferriman, D Lubinski, CP Benbow
Journal of personality and social psychology 97 (3), 517, 2009
Gender differences in abilities and preferences among the gifted: Implications for the math-science pipeline
D Lubinski, CP Benbow
Current Directions in Psychological Science 1 (2), 61-66, 1992
Masculinity, femininity, and androgyny viewed and assessed as distinct concepts.
D Lubinski, A Tellegen, JN Butcher
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 44 (2), 428, 1983
Tracking exceptional human capital over two decades
D Lubinski, CP Benbow, RM Webb, A Bleske-Rechek
Psychological science 17 (3), 194-199, 2006
Creativity and occupational accomplishments among intellectually precocious youths: an age 13 to age 33 longitudinal study.
J Wai, D Lubinski, CP Benbow
Journal of Educational Psychology 97 (3), 484, 2005
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