David Lubinski mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Mathematical ability, Social psychology, Aptitude and Academic achievement. His studies in Developmental psychology integrate themes in fields like Nature versus nurture, Intelligence quotient and Heritability. His Mathematical ability research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Regression analysis, Preference and Career choice.
David Lubinski has included themes like Vocational education and Test validity in his Social psychology study. David Lubinski studied Aptitude and Spatial ability that intersect with Test. His Academic achievement study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cognitive development and Longitudinal study.
David Lubinski spends much of his time researching Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Creativity, Genetics and Mathematical ability. His study in Developmental psychology focuses on Academic achievement in particular. His Academic achievement study combines topics in areas such as Test and Cognitive development.
His research integrates issues of Androgyny and Test validity in his study of Social psychology. His Mathematical ability study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Career development, Adult development and Normative. His study in Preference is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Young adult and Psychometrics.
His primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Creativity, Social psychology, Human capital and Verbal reasoning. His research on Developmental psychology frequently links to adjacent areas such as Longitudinal study. His work deals with themes such as Intellectual precocity, Psychometrics and Preference, which intersect with Creativity.
His study on Interpersonal communication is often connected to Work, Academic tenure and Blink comparator as part of broader study in Social psychology. David Lubinski has researched Verbal reasoning in several fields, including Life satisfaction, Phenomenon, Educational research and Passion. His Spatial ability research integrates issues from Mathematics education, Incremental validity and Cognitive test.
Creativity, Verbal reasoning, Developmental psychology, Social psychology and Human capital are his primary areas of study. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Creativity and Differential. His Differential study spans across into areas like Resource, Public relations, Cognitive psychology, Time allocation and Mathematical reasoning.
His research in Verbal reasoning intersects with topics in Life satisfaction, Phenomenon and Educational research. His Social psychology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Young adolescents. His Human capital research incorporates elements of Spatial ability, Incremental validity, Selection, Variance and Passion.
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Spatial ability for STEM domains: Aligning over 50 years of cumulative psychological knowledge solidifies its importance.
Jonathan Wai;David Lubinski;Camilla P. Benbow.
Journal of Educational Psychology (2009)
Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth After 35 Years: Uncovering Antecedents for the Development of Math-Science Expertise:
David Lubinski;Camilla Persson Benbow.
Perspectives on Psychological Science (2006)
Importance of Assessing Spatial Ability in Intellectually Talented Young Adolescents: A 20-Year Longitudinal Study.
Daniel L. Shea;David Lubinski;Camilla P. Benbow.
Journal of Educational Psychology (2001)
The heritability of general cognitive ability increases linearly from childhood to young adulthood
Claire M. A. Haworth;M. J. Wright;M. Luciano;N. G. Martin.
Molecular Psychiatry (2010)
Scientific and Social Significance of Assessing Individual Differences: “Sinking Shafts at a Few Critical Points”
Annual Review of Psychology (2000)
Introduction to the special section on cognitive abilities: 100 years after Spearman's (1904) "'General intelligence,' objectively determined and measured".
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2004)
Top 1 in 10,000: A 10-Year Follow-Up of the Profoundly Gifted
David Lubinski;Rose Mary Webb;Martha J. Morelock;Camilla Persson Benbow.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2001)
Assessing spurious "moderator effects": Illustrated substantively with the hypothesized ("synergistic") relation between spatial and mathematical ability.
David Lubinski;Lloyd G. Humphreys.
Psychological Bulletin (1990)
States of excellence.
David Lubinski;Camilla Persson Benbow.
American Psychologist (2000)
Accomplishment in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and Its Relation to STEM Educational Dose: A 25-Year Longitudinal Study
Jonathan Wai;David Lubinski;Camilla P. Benbow;James H. Steiger.
Journal of Educational Psychology (2010)
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