Jonathan Plucker
Jonathan Plucker
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Why isn't creativity more important to educational psychologists? Potentials, pitfalls, and future directions in creativity research
JA Plucker, RA Beghetto, GT Dow
Educational psychologist 39 (2), 83-96, 2004
15062004
Psychometric approaches to the study of human creativity
JA Plucker, JS Renzulli
Handbook of creativity 35, 61, 1999
7871999
Smart people or smart contexts? Cognition, ability, and talent development in an age of situated approaches to knowing and learning
SA Barab, JA Plucker
Educational psychologist 37 (3), 165-182, 2002
6592002
Replications in psychology research: How often do they really occur?
MC Makel, JA Plucker, B Hegarty
Perspectives on Psychological Science 7 (6), 537-542, 2012
6142012
Essentials of creativity assessment
JC Kaufman, JA Plucker, J Baer
John Wiley & Sons, 2008
5992008
Facts are more important than novelty: Replication in the education sciences
MC Makel, JA Plucker
Educational Researcher 43 (6), 304-316, 2014
4482014
Why creativity is domain general, why it looks domain specific, and why the distinction does not matter.
JA Plucker, RA Beghetto
American Psychological Association, 2004
4422004
Is the proof in the pudding? Reanalyses of Torrance's (1958 to present) longitudinal data
JA Plucker
Creativity Research Journal 12 (2), 103-114, 1999
4391999
Assessment of creativity.
JA Plucker, MC Makel
Cambridge University Press, 2010
4082010
Development and psychometric integrity of a measure of ideational behavior
MA Runco, JA Plucker, W Lim
Creativity Research Journal 13 (3-4), 393-400, 2001
3152001
Beware of simple conclusions: The case for content generality of creativity
JA Plucker
Creativity Research Journal 11 (2), 179-182, 1998
2981998
Mind the (other) gap! The growing excellence gap in K-12 education
JA Plucker, N Burroughs, R Song
Center for Evaluation and Education Policy. Bloomington, IN: Indiana …, 2010
2542010
Why Not Let High Ability Students Start School in January? The Curriculum Compacting Study. Research Monograph 93106.
SM Reis
NRC/GT, The University of Connecticut, 362 Fairfield Rd., U-7, Storrs, CT …, 1993
2491993
Why not let high ability students start school in January: The curriculum compacting study (Research Monograph No. 93106)
S Reis, K Westberg, J Kulikowich, F Caillard, T Hébert, J Plucker
Storrs: National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented, University of …, 1993
2461993
The death of creativity measurement has been greatly exaggerated: Current issues, recent advances, and future directions in creativity assessment
JA Plucker, MA Runco
Roeper Review 21 (1), 36-39, 1998
2071998
Looking outside and inside: Self-concept development of gifted adolescents
JA Plucker, VB Stocking
Exceptional children 67 (4), 535-548, 2001
1752001
Research on giftedness and gifted education: Status of the field and considerations for the future
JA Plucker, CM Callahan
Exceptional Children 80 (4), 390-406, 2014
1682014
We recruit them, but then what? The educational and psychological experiences of academically talented undergraduates
AN Rinn, JA Plucker
Gifted child quarterly 48 (1), 54-67, 2004
1592004
Preparation versus practice: How do teacher education programs and practicing teachers align in their use of technology to support teaching and learning?
AT Ottenbreit-Leftwich, TA Brush, J Strycker, S Gronseth, T Roman, ...
Computers & Education 59 (2), 399-411, 2012
1542012
Human intelligence: Historical influences, current controversies, teaching resources
JA Plucker, A Esping
Recuperado el 12, 2003
140*2003
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