Jonathan A. Plucker

Affiliations: 
School of Education Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Area:
Educational Psychology Education, Philosophy of Education, Higher Education, Clinical Psychology
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Rinn AN, Plucker JA. (2019) High-Ability College Students and Undergraduate Honors Programs: A Systematic Review: Journal For the Education of the Gifted. 42: 187-215
Wang L, Long H, Plucker JA, et al. (2018) High Schizotypal Individuals Are More Creative? The Mediation Roles of Overinclusive Thinking and Cognitive Inhibition. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 1766
Pang W, Esping A, Plucker JA. (2017) Confucian conceptions of human intelligence. Review of General Psychology. 21: 161-169
Plucker JA, Lim W, Lee K. (2017) Viewing through one prism or two? Discriminant validity of implicit theories of intelligence and creativity. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts. 11: 392-402
Siegle D, Gubbins EJ, O'Rourke P, et al. (2016) Barriers to underserved students' participation in gifted programs and possible solutions Journal For the Education of the Gifted. 39: 103-131
Hu W, Jia X, Plucker JA, et al. (2016) Effects of a Critical Thinking Skills Program on the Learning Motivation of Primary School Students Roeper Review. 38: 70-83
Worrell FC, Knotek SE, Plucker JA, et al. (2016) Competition's Role in Developing Psychological Strength and Outstanding Performance Review of General Psychology
Plucker JA, Shelton AL. (2015) General Intelligence (g): Overview of a Complex Construct and Its Implications for Genetics Research. The Hastings Center Report. 45: S21-4
Prusinski EL, Ruddy AM, Plucker JA, et al. (2015) Chartering New Waters: The Indianapolis Mayoral Transition and the Charter School Community Educational Policy. 29: 617-644
Rutkowski D, Rutkowski L, Plucker JA. (2015) Should individual U.S. schools participate in PISA? Phi Delta Kappan. 96: 68-73
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