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  • Runco, M., J. Kaufman, L. Halladay and J. Cole. 2010. Change in Reputation as an Index of Genius and Eminence. Historical Methods 43: 91-96.

  • Kaufman, J., W. Niu, J. Sexton and J. Cole. 2010. In the Eye of the Beholder. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 40: 496-511.

  • Plucker, J., J. Kaufman, J. Temple and M. Qian. 2009. Do experts and novices evaluate movies the same way? Psychology & Marketing: 470-478.

  • Kaufman, James. 2009. Creativity 101. New York, NY

  • Kaufman, A. and J. Kaufman. 2009. Scenario Visualization. American Journal of Human Biology 21: 139-140.

  • Kaufman, J. and J. Baer. 2009. Is One Dimension Enough? A Response to Simonton's Varieties of (Scientific) Creativity (2009). Perspectives on Psychological Science 4: 453-454.

  • Beghetto, R. and J. Kaufman. 2009. Intellectual Estuaries. Journal of Advanced Academics 20: 296-324.

  • Kaufman, A., J. Kaufman, X. Liu and C. Johnson. 2009. How do educational attainment and gender relate to fluid intelligence, crystallized intelligence, and academic skills at ages 22-90 years? Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology : The Official Journal of the National Academy of Neuropsychologists.

  • Kaufman, A., J. Kaufman, X. Liu and C. Johnson. 2009. How do Educational Attainment and Gender Relate to Fluid Intelligence, Crystallized Intelligence, and Academic Skills at Ages 22-90 Years? Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 24: 153-163.

  • Kaufman, J. and M. Agars. 2009. Being creative with the predictors and criteria for success. The American Psychologist.

  • Kaufman, J. and M. Agars. 2009. Being Creative With the Predictors and Criteria for Success. American Psychologist 64: 280-281.

  • Kaufman, J., M. Agars and M. Lopez-Wagner. 2008. role of personality and motivation in predicting early college academic success in non-traditional students at a Hispanic-serving institution. Learning & Individual Differences 18: 492-496.

  • Cropley, D., J. Kaufman and A. Cropley. 2008. Rejoinder to Commentaries on Malevolent Creativity. Creativity Research Journal 20: 134-136.

  • Cropley, D., J. Kaufman and A. Cropley. 2008. Malevolent Creativity. Creativity Research Journal 20: 105-115.

  • Kaufman, J., J. Baer, J. Cole and J. Sexton. 2008. Comparison of Expert and Nonexpert Raters Using the Consensual Assessment Technique. Creativity Research Journal 20: 171-178.

  • Beghetto, R. and J. Kaufman. 2007. genesis of creative greatness. High Ability Studies 18: 59-61.

  • Oral, G., J. Kaufman and M. Agars. 2007. Examining creativity in Turkey. High Ability Studies 18: 235-246.

  • Kaufman, J. and R. Sternberg. 2007. Creativity. Change 39: 55-60.

  • Kaufman, J., J. Baer and S. Lee. 2007. Captions, Consistency, Creativity, and the Consensual Assessment Technique. Thinking Skills and Creativity 2: 96-106.

  • Kaufman, J. and A. Kaufman. 2006. Some considerations concerning neurological development and psychometric assessment. Behavioral & Brain Sciences 29: 137-138.

  • Kaufman, J. 2006. Self-reported differences in creativity by ethnicity and gender. Applied Cognitive Psychology 20: 1065-1082.

  • Kaufman, J. and J. Baer. 2006. Intelligent Testing With Torrance. Creativity Research Journal 18: 99-102.

  • Kaufman, J. and J. Baer. 2006. Introduction to the Special Issue. Creativity Research Journal 18: 1-2.

  • Kyllonen, P. and J. Kaufman. 2005. Noncognitive Constructs and Their Assessment in Graduate Education. Educational Assessment 10: 153-184.

  • Baer, J. 2005. Bridging Generality and Specificity. Roeper Review 27: 158.

  • Kaufman, J. and J. Baer. 2005. Do Gifted Student Writers and Creative Writing Experts Rate Creativity the Same Way? Gifted Child Quarterly 49: 260.

  • Kaufman, J. and A. Kaufman. 2004. Applying a creativity framework to animal cognition. New Ideas in Psychology: 143-155.

  • Powers, D. 2004. Do Standardized Tests Penalize Deep-Thinking, Creative, or Conscientious Students? Intelligence 32: 145-153.

  • Kaufman, J. 2003. Do We Really Want to Avoid Denny's? High Ability Studies 14: 149-150.

  • Kaufman, J. 2002. Narrative and Paradigmatic Thinking Styles in Creative Writing and Journalism Students. Journal of Creative Behavior 36: 201-219.

  • Kaufman, A. and J. Kaufman. 2001. Emotional intelligence as an aspect of general intelligence. Emotion (Washington D C): 258-264.

  • Sternberg, R. and J. Pretz. 2001. Propulsion Model of Creative Contributions Applied to the Arts and Letters. Journal of Creative Behavior 35: 75-101.

  • Naglieri, J. 2001. Understanding Intelligence, Giftedness and Creativity Using the PASS Theory. Roeper Review 23: 151-156.

  • Kaufman, J. 2001. When Allport Met Freud. Teaching of Psychology 28: 44-46.

  • Kaufman, J. 2001. Sylvia Plath Effect. Journal of Creative Behavior 35: 37-50.

  • Kaufman, A., N. Kaufman and M. Simon. 1996. Verbal and Nonverbal Intelligence of American vs. French Children at Ages 6 to 16 Years. Research in the Schools 3: 23-33.

  • Kaufman, J., T. Chen and A. Kaufman. 1995. Ethnic group, education, and gender differences on six Horn abilities for adolescents and adults. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment: 49-65.

  • Kaufman, James and Sternberg. Unknown year. international handbook of creativity.

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Educational Background

  • 2001 – Ph.D., Yale University (Cognitive Psychology)

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Collaborators, Advisors & Advisees

  • Baer, J – Rider University

  • Beghetto, R – University of Oregon

  • Plucker, J – Indiana University

  • Sternberg, R – Oklahoma State University

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