2013 John B. Carroll Award for Research Methodology

Natalie Borter Biosketch: Natalie grew up in Oberems (Switzerland). She received her Master of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Bern, where she currently is a doctoral student at the Department of Personality, Differential Psychology, and Psychological Testing and Assessment. Her current research interests are in modeling methods (e.g., latent growth curves and fixed-links models) to dissociate various components of response time variance. She is particularly interested in the functional relationship between these components and psychometric intellige...

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2013 ISIR Prize for Best Student Paper

Simon Jackson Biosketch: Simon completed his Bachelor of Science, Psychology (Honours class 1) at the University of Sydney, Australia. He is currently completing his PhD on individual differences in decision making, investigating the role of cognitive abilities and metacognitive confidence. In particular, Simon’s aim is to understand how psychological processes are translated into competent and incompetent choice behaviour. This is being done under the primary supervision of Dr Sabina Kleitman (University of Sydney), and the co-supervision of Professor Lazar Stankov, ...

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2013 Lifetime Achievement Award: Linda Gottfredson

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 2013 awardee was Professor Linda Gottfredson.

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2012 John B. Carroll Award for Research Methodology

Daniel Briley Biosketch:  Born in Nashville, Tennessee, Daniel received his undergraduate degree from Pepperdine University. When awarded, he was working toward a PhD at the University of Texas at Austin in the Individual Differences and Evolutionary Psychology division. His research interests center on the development of cognitive abilities in the academic context with particular emphasis on transactional processes between children and their environment. He is interested in how trajectories of intelligence gains influence and are influenced by characteristics of children ...

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2012 Lifetime Achievement Award: Timothy Salthouse

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 2012 awardee was Professor Timothy Salthouse His work has transformed our understanding of cognitive development, especially cognitive ageing. As with many of our lifetime awardees, he has been an influential communicator, and his students have taken prestigious positions, further advancing and shaping the direction of his field.

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