4 results for month: 12/2009


2009 Lifetime Achievement Award

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 2009 awardee was Professor Buz Hunt.

2009 John B. Carroll Award for Research Methodology

Justin Low Biosketch: Justin Low grew up in West Lafayette, IN. He received his B.S. in Psychology from Brigham Young University in Provo, UT where he first became interested in cognitive measurement. He is presently a doctoral candidate in Educational Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin where, under the direction of Tim Keith, he has investigated the validity of several intelligence tests using confirmatory factor analysis. Justin's current research interests include the use of latent growth modeling to investigate the cognitive development of children and the effects of the rate of childhood cognitive development on outcomes such as ...

2009: Madrid, Spain

Program Distinguished Contributor Interview: Charles Murray  [vimeo id="12793181" width="620" height="360"] ISIR 2009 Distinguished Interview: Charles Murray from Timothy Bates on Vimeo. Invited Speaker: David J. Bartholomew Awards Photo Gallery

2009 ISIR Templeton Prize for Best Student Paper

Sophie von Stumm Biosketch: Sophie von Stumm completed a Bachelor in Psychology at Royal Holloway University of London and subsequently, graduated from a Master’s degree in Individual Differences (with Distinction) at the University of Edinburgh. Sophie is a PhD student at the Goldsmiths University of London since fall 2007, under supervision of Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic; her PhD thesis investigates conceptual and measurement approaches to intelligence-personality associations. Beyond that, Sophie pursues research in collaboration with Ian J. Deary and colleagues that aims to identify psychological predictors of several outcomes at midlife, including ...