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The Mensa Research Journal highlights scholarly articles and recent research related to intelligence from a diverse selection of nationally and internationally esteemed authors.
$27.00 - Mensa Research Journal - 3 issues
$54.00 - Mensa Research Journal - 6 issues
This issue includes two articles devoted to international and intercultural research regarding gifted students from countries not previously represented in the MRJ: South Africa and Hungary. Other armore»
$10.00 - (Inter)Culturing the Gifted
Featured is the work of Lifetime Achievement Award winner Dr. K. Warner Schaie, who almost single-handedly developed the field of geropsychology.
$10.00 - A Tribute to Dr. K. Warner Schaie
Articles cover fetal alcohol syndrome, decreases in academic performance of children with alcoholic parents, and the effects of long-term binge drinking.
$10.00 - Alcohol and Its Intellectual Impact
$10.00 - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
This issue is the first of two examining the possibilities for increasing the performance of the human brain. This issue includes nine articles; notes, quotes and anecdotes; and guidelines for authormore»
$10.00 - Augmenting Human Cognition, Part 1: Non-Invasive Cognitive Training
$10.00 - Augmenting Human Cognition, Part 2: TMS and tDCS
$10.00 - Autism
This issue features five articles that are not only winners of the Awards for Excellence In Research, but that address the theme of gifted children and thought processes. It also features the debut omore»
$10.00 - Awards in Excellence Research
$10.00 - Barriers to Educating the Gifted
Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis and treatment, predicting dyslexia, and the blood-brain barrier
$10.00 - Brain Health
$10.00 - Building Better Brains
This supplemental issue features highlights of the longitudinal research done on gifted students by Dr. Camilla Persson Benbow, the 2004 winner of the Mensa Foundation's Lifetime Achievement Award.
$10.00 - Camilla Persson Benbow Mensa Education & Research Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award Winner — 2004
This issue brings together current research on mentoring, intelligence, and career and vocational development.
$10.00 - Charles Darwin: How a Mentor Sharpened the Course of History
This issue examines the affects of chemical abuse on IQ and includes many pages of international information about drugs, their effects and rehabilitation.
$10.00 - Chemical Abuse and IQ
This issue summarizes the proceedings from Colloquium II; it features nine articles on many facets of giftedness including education, parenting, business and linguistics.
$10.00 - Colloquium II: The Gifted in Society
$10.00 - Creativity
Is it real? Is it measurable? Does it Matter?
$10.00 - Emotional Intelligence
"Fibrofog" is a term used to describe some of the symptoms of fibromyalgia: mental confusion, memory loss, and a short attention span. This supplemental issue examines the intellectual effects of themore»
$10.00 - Fibrofog
These seven articles summarize current research into giftedness and the concept of general intelligence, or "g."
$10.00 - g etc.
Four articles examine the effects of learning disabilities on children, particularly gifted children, as they search for routes to achieving their potential.
$10.00 - Gifted and Talented and Learning Disabled
$10.00 - Gifted Education & Creativity
Nine articles, including two by Howard Gardner, examine the concept of artistic intelligence and the various ways it has been studied; the Education, TAG Progeny and Spotlight sections also reflect tmore»
$10.00 - Gifted in the Workplace
$10.00 - Growing A Gifted Child
This issue is devoted to the hotly debated topic of homeschooling, particularly for the gifted. You may not agree with these articles, but they will encourage you to think deeply about the topic.
$10.00 - Homeschooling for the Gifted
Anyone who has spent any time around Mensans realizes that they have great senses of humor. One of the reasons that Mensans often give for liking to be around other members is that “they get the jokemore»
$10.00 - Humor & Intelligence
Edited by a lawyer, this issue provides a wealth of information for entrepreneurs, inventors, artists, writers and composers. Even savvy readers experienced in the nuances of U.S. legal processes wilmore»
$10.00 - Intellectual Property in the 21st Century
The four articles presented in this issue traverse the stages of life, monitoring intelligence as it progresses from a biological stimulant of memory into an age-related decline.
$10.00 - Intelligence Across the Stages of Life
This issue analyzes intellectual functioning in older people as it relates to personality, health and formal education.
$10.00 - Intelligence and Aging
This issue examines intelligence and giftedness as traits that can be identified in many different ways. Topics include scholastic assessment, TV literacy and artistic giftedness, emotional intelligemore»
$10.00 - Intelligence: A Diamond in the Rough?
Four studies attempt to trace the development of intelligence from infancy to old age.
$0.00 - Intelligence: Cradle to Grave
$10.00 - IQ - It's All in the Family
This issue highlights the work of Dr. John J. Feldhusen, the Robert B. Kane Distinguished Professor of Education Emeritus at Purdue University and emeritus director of Purdue University's Gifted Educmore»
$10.00 - John Feldhusen: Pioneer in Studies of Intelligence and Creativity
This issue focuses on the prevention of lead poisoning with a special focus on lead as it affects children and intelligence.
$10.00 - Lead Weights on Intelligence
$10.00 - Lifetime Achievement Award winners, 2008 and 2009
$10.00 - Lifetime Achievement Award winners: Simon Baron-Cohen, Ph.D., and Joyce VanTassel-Baska, Ed.D.
$10.00 - Math and Science for Gifted Youth
This issue focuses on the different facets and measurements of creativity.
$10.00 - Measuring Creativity?
As a scholar with a special feel for creativity and those who create, Lifetime Achievement Award winner Dr. Jane Piirto has combined all her interests into a special area of research.
$10.00 - Mensa Foundation 2007 Lifetime Achievement Award winner, Dr. Jane Piirto
Six articles profile the importance of mentors, from reading achievement to the handicapped gifted child.
$10.00 - Mentors: Did You Have One? Gifted and Handicapped: Not an Oxymoron
$10.00 - Music on Your Mind
This issue summarizes the proceedings from Colloquium IV, including presentations on ecology, science, engineering and resource allocation.
$10.00 - Proceedings of Colloquium IV. Science and Society: Our Critical Challenges
Included are six timely articles on the John Hopkins Program for Mathematically Precocious Youth, circa 1986.
$10.00 - Profile of a Gifted Child
This issue examines gender differences among the gifted, particularly in relation to science, math and achievement.
$10.00 - Sex and the SAT
Spatial intelligence is the ability to think multi-dimensionally; high scores are demonstrated in creativity and the ability to visualize complex problems in three-dimensional space. This issue takesmore»
$10.00 - Spatial Intelligence
$10.00 - Spiritual Intelligence
Four winners of the Mensa Foundation's Awards for Excellence in Research are included, covering topics such as creative thinking, precocious children and an acceleration program in Australia.
$10.00 - Terry TAO: Education for the Gifted in Egalitarian Australia. Winners of the MERF Awards For Excellence
In this issue, researchers examine various aspects and methods of intelligence testing.
$10.00 - Testing - Let's Put It To the Test
The Best of the Mensa Research Journal
$10.00 - Mensa Research Journal
Eight articles examine giftedness in relation to loneliness, unpopularity in school, suicide and psychotherapy.
$10.00 - The Context of Suicide
This issue summarizes the proceedings from Colloquium III, including presentations on literature, language, theatre, art and communication.
$10.00 - The Impact of the Arts on Our Civilization: Excerpts from Colloquium III
This year’s Awards for Excellence in Research recipient explores how the right education and mentoring programs create high-achieving adults.
$10.00 - The Importance of Education
Mensa Research Journal
$10.00 - The Intelligent Variety Issue
In 1904, Spearman proposed his concept of general intelligence known as "g." Featuring Awards for Excellence in Research entries, this issue takes a look at the idea of "g" more than 100 years later.
$10.00 - The Measurement of Intelligence: The Story of g
Four articles explore the broader measurements of intelligence, from success at the race track to the impact of metabolic rates.
$10.00 - Toward a Broader Conception of Human Intelligence
This issue features Awards for Excellence in Research winners from the previous three years, particularly those winners dealing with gifted education.
$10.00 - Toward a Model of Excellence
These articles profile adolescents, particularly those who are gifted, and find that giftedness makes a difference in how people approach life. For teenagers exploring how to shape their personalitiemore»
$10.00 - What Are/Do Gifted Teenagers Like?
Different aspects of gifted adulthood are studied, such as self-appraisal; life satisfaction and choices; and assessment of intelligence, abilities and knowledge.
$10.00 - What does being a g wiz mean in real life?
Five articles in this issue focus on education for the gifted and its relation to race and culture.
$10.00 - What Happens to a Dream Deferred?
The five studies in this issue examine how gifted students fare as they grow older. These papers were submitted to the Mensa Foundation's Awards for Excellence competition, and three received awards.
$10.00 - What Happens When They Grow Up?
Articles in this issue profile the work of Robert J. Sternberg and the impact of his triarchic theory of intelligence.
$10.00 - What Should Intelligence Tests Test? Implications of a Triarchic Theory of Intelligence for Intelligence Testing
Seven articles highlight recent research on anatomy and differences in cognitive processes.
$10.00 - Why Are You So Smart? Putting the Pieces Together
Six articles explore the concepts of equity, equality and reform with respect to education.
$10.00 - Will Going to School Allow Him to Reach the Top?
Researchers try to describe and quantify the differences in the way males and females (especially gifted ones) think.
$10.00 - Women, Men - What's the Difference?
The four articles in this issue focus on the work of Kazimierz Dabrowski, particularly his theory of positive disintegration.
$10.00 - You, Creative Financial Planning, and MERF
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