The Journal of Intelligence is an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal on the study of human intelligence. Intelligence is a remarkable and highly intriguing phenomenon, and a core feature of our being human. Understanding our intelligence is a major part of understanding ourselves. Human intelligence is studied from many perspectives and for different purposes. The journal has an open policy with respect to approaches and methodologies. We encourage submissions with the potential to innovate and to show alternative perspectives. Studies on other types of ...
A new (2020) editorial from Professor R. J. Haier, Editor in Chief of the journal Intelligence, speaks to the need for "clarity, appropriate skepticism and professionalism".
Please click HERE to read/download the editorial.
We are very pleased to announce that Emily Willoughby, Kirsten Hilger and Jonathan Wai have been elected onto the board of ISIR. We are delighted that they have agreed to take on this work, and would like to introduce them below:
Emily is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Minnesota in the personality, individual differences and behavior genetics program area of psychology.
Emily’s research focuses on exploring the genetic and cognitive causes of human intelligence in addition to its associated outcomes. Her current projects include an experimental study of the ...
We are pleased to announce that Hogrefe has just launched “Psychological Test Adaptation and Development” (PTAD), a new open access journal which focusses on publishing articles on the development and adaptation of psychological assessment instruments.
CLICK HERE to download a flyer with all the information you will need to submit your report, and a mission statement from Editor-in-Chief Matthias Ziegler (Humboldt University Berlin, Germany).
All open science and registered reports are welcome on tests for the assessment of intelligence and narrow facets of ...
Ian J. Deary is Professor of Differential Psychology at the University of Edinburgh. In his Second Edition of his book on intelligence he describes what psychologists have discovered about how and why people differ in their thinking powers. It includes a new chapter on sex difference in intelligence and considers the new field of cognitive epidemiology, which draws links between intelligence and better health, less illness, and longer life. This 2nd edition also includes new work on DNA testing and intelligence genetics and is part of the Oxford University Press Very ...