All About Intelligence J. A. Plucker maintains this site on all things related to intelligence, including biographical profiles of people who have influenced the development of intelligence theory and testing, in-depth articles exploring current controversies related to human intelligence, and resources for teachers.
The Bell Curve: Links and Resources Aubyn Fulton at Pacific Union College put together this resource page for a course on Psychological Testing. Includes reading guides for The Mismeasure of Man, The Bell Curve and the controversy surrounding The Bell Curve.
Carol Dweck on Intelligence This biographical profile of Carol Dweck includes her education, career, major influences on her work, her major contributions to the field, her ideas, research interests, selected list of publications, and a transcript and video clips of an interview with Dweck on her work. From the site maintained by J. A. Plucker on all things related to intelligence, including biographical profiles of people who have influenced the development of intelligence theory and testing, in-depth articles exploring current controversies related to human intelligence, and resources for teachers.
e-Textbook From the electronic textbook created for undergraduate courses in General Psychology by George Boeree of Shippensburg University.
History Historical influences, current controversies, and teaching resources (including sample syllabi) on intelligence can all be found on this site by Jonathan Plucker at Indiana University.
Human Intelligence Eyal Reingold at the University of Toronto provides this overview of human intelligence including theories of intelligence, emotional intelligence, and IQ.
Intelligence A collection of articles from Psychology Today on the topic of intelligence including giftedness and genius, how to increase intelligence, gender differences, intelligence testing, and much more.
Jensen's g factor A summary and extensive commentary and critique of intelligence published by the online refereed, interdisciplinary electronic journal Psycoloquy.
Multiple Intelligences Check out this site for a description, overview, and resources on how the concept of multiple intelligences can be applied to teaching and learning.
Overview: Personality and Ability from The Personality Project website, maintained by William Revelle Northwestern University.
Overview and Comparison of Theories From the Great Ideas in Personality Website by G. Scott Acton. Includes links, papers, a comparison of multiple vs. single intelligences, and a theorists table comparing 10 different theories of intelligence.
Scientists Debunk the IQ Myth After conducting the largest online intelligence study on record, a Western University-led research team has concluded that the notion of measuring one's intelligence quotient or IQ by a singular, standardized test is highly misleading, according to research published in the journal Neuron and summarized here, in ScienceDaily'', December 19, 2012.
Student Success Strategies Skip Downing, author and expert on faculty development and student success strategies maintains this site where you'll find a gold mine of resources to support your efforts for improving student academic success and retention including web sites, books, online workshops, live workshops, newsletters, exercises, activities and more. Topics include self-responsibility, self-motivation, self-management, interdependence, self-awareness, life-long learning, emotional intelligence, and self-esteem.
Assignments, Exercises, and Activities
Lesson Plans Fellows of the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute developed these 12 lesson plans on Human Intelligence: Theories and Developmental Origins.
Current Researchers and Research Teams
Intelligence: Knowns and Unknowns The Board of Scientific Affairs of the American Psychological Association established a Task Force on Intelligence in the mid-nineties. Their final report was published on August 7, 1995 as Intelligence: Knowns and Unknowns. Selected portions of the report can be found here.
Examples and Illustrations
Intelligence and Psychological Testing James Neill at the University of Canberra has these lecture outlines from his undergraduate class on personality and individual differences.
Tests, Measures, and Scales
Discovering Psychology: Testing and Intelligence (Program 16) The complete updated series hosted by Philip Zimbardo is available online for streaming in the classroom or for outside of class viewing as well as in DVD format. From the website: This program peers into the field of psychological assessment — the efforts of psychologists and other professionals to assign values to different abilities, behaviors, and personalities. With Dr. Claude Steele of Stanford University and Dr. Robert Sternberg of Yale University. Updated. 30 minutes.