A special issue of INTELLIGENCE on cognitive abilities in other animals is OUT NOW. There will be 50 days of free open access. Here are links for you to follow:
We are delighted to announce that Professor Rex Jung has been voted as the President Elect for ISIR. Congratulations to Prof Jung who is an outstanding creativity researcher and practising neuropsychologist.
Is there someone whom you would like to nominate for a $50,000 cash prize? The recipient will have made "programmatic, significant, and lasting contributions to understanding the causal nature of individual differences on behaviour and performance".
The deadline for accepting nominations is June 30, 2019.
To read more about the award criteria and to start a nomination, please click HERE
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It's nearly time to vote for new additions to the ISIR Board. To see the current roster of those serving on the Board, please click here
Three Identical Strangers and the ISIR conference
The movie Three Identical Strangers combines an intriguing narrative with an implicit discussion of nature and nurture. How much of the way we turn out is influenced by genes? Is it ethical to assign related children to different adoptive families for the sake of 'science'? Fortunately, there has been much progress since the early, never-published study featured in the movie. But if your interest was primed, and you want to learn about published, well-powered, ethical studies of multiple births, there will be a chance to ...