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Students with profound mathematical and verbal reasoning skills at age 13 garner more awards, gather more grant money, have more patents, are more likely to graduate with doctoral degrees, and are more likely to hold tenured positions at the best universities in the world, according to new research published in Psychological Science. ... More>
Many of the most influential financial decision makers in our society from business to politics happen to be middle-aged. The average age of Fortune 500 chief executive officers and chief financial officers is around the mid-fifties. Historically, the average appointment age of Federal Reserve Chairs and National Economic Council Directors is also in the fifties. ... More>
Carnegie Mellon University William James Fellow Award John Anderson is widely known for his cognitive architecture, ACT-R (Adaptive Control of Thought — Rational), a theory dealing primarily with memory structure. ... More>
Stanford University James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award As one of the world’s leading researchers in the field of motivation, Carol Dweck’s work bridges developmental, social, and personality psychology, and examines ... More>
University of California, Berkeley http://despolab.berkeley.edu/denee/ What does your research focus on? My research focuses on elucidating the mechanisms of working memory and cognitive control. These are means to a broader ... More>