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Even Gifted Students Can’t Keep Up


Even When Test Scores Go Up, Some Cognitive Abilities Don’t

Schools whose students have the highest gains on standardized tests do not produce similar gains in students' ability to analyze abstract problems and think logically. ... More>


Kids’ Reading Success Boosted by Long-Term Individualized Instruction

Students who consistently receive individualized reading instruction from first through third grade become better readers than those who don’t, according to a new longitudinal study published in Psychological Science. ... More>


Presidential Column

The Psychology Department

Psychology departments and land-grant institutions are equipped to face myriad challenges in a changing educational landscape. ... More>


A Long-Term Approach to Studying Antisocial Behavior

A longitudinal study of Estonian adolescents that was recently published in the European Journal of Personality may be an important addition to the literature on antisocial behavior. ... More>