Rose Mary Webb Ph.D.
There are 6 included publications by Rose Mary Webb Ph.D.:
|Discrepant Performance on Multiple-Choice And Short Answer Assessments and the Relation of Performance to General Scholastic Aptitude
||We conducted correlational and performance discrepancy analyses on exam and achievement data taken from students in three psychology courses. Across courses, the same findings emerged. First, only a small fraction of students consistently performed m...
|Mathematically Facile Adolescents with Math-Science Aspirations: New Perspectives on Their Educational and Vocational Development
||This longitudinal study tracked 1,110 adolescents identified as mathematically precocious at Age 13 (top 1%) with plans for a math-science undergraduate major. Participants' high school educational experiences, abilities, and interests predicted whet...
|Neglected Aspects and Unsupported Claims
||Comments on the article by M. E. Kite et al (see record 2001-10045-002), which summarized the findings and recommendations of the Task Force on the Status of Women in Academe. The present authors contend that while Kite et al documented the differenc...
|Spatial Ability: A Neglected Dimension In Talent Searches For Intellectually Precocious Youth
||Students identified by talent search programs were studied to determine whether spatial ability could uncover math-science promise. In Phase 1, interests and values of intellectually talented adolescents (617 boys, 443 girls) were compared with those...
|Top 1 in 10,000: A 10-Year Follow-Up of the Profoundly Gifted
||Adolescents identified before the age of 13 (N = 320) as having exceptional mathematical or verbal reasoning abilities (top 1 in 10,000) were tracked over 10 years. They pursued doctoral degrees at rates over 50 times base-rate expectations, with sev...
|Tracking Exceptional Human Capital Over Two Decades
||Talent-search participants (286 males, 94
females) scoring in the top 0.01% on cognitive-ability
measures were identified before age 13 and tracked over
20 years. Their creative, occupational, and life accomplishments
are compared with those of g...