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Rose Mary Webb Ph.D.

There are 6 included publications by Rose Mary Webb Ph.D.:

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Discrepant Performance on Multiple-Choice And Short Answer Assessments and the Relation of Performance to General Scholastic Aptitude 2007 234 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 2002 126 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 2002 68 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 2007 284 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 2001 168 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 2006 186 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...