Harrison J. Kell

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 
Differential Psychology
"Harrison Kell"
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Stephan J. Motowidlo grad student 2006-2011 Rice University
 (Predicting Professional and Technical Performance among Medical Students: Personality, Cognitive Ability, and the Mediating Role of Knowledge.)
David Lubinski post-doc 2011-2014 Vanderbilt
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Beier ME, Kell HJ, Lang JWB. (2019) Commenting on the "Great Debate": General Abilities, Specific Abilities, and the Tools of the Trade. Journal of Intelligence. 7
Makel MC, Kell HJ, Lubinski D, et al. (2016) When Lightning Strikes Twice: Profoundly Gifted, Profoundly Accomplished. Psychological Science
Martin-Raugh MP, Kell HJ, Motowidlo SJ. (2016) Prosocial knowledge mediates effects of agreeableness and emotional intelligence on prosocial behavior Personality and Individual Differences. 90: 41-49
Lubinski D, Benbow CP, Kell HJ. (2014) Life paths and accomplishments of mathematically precocious males and females four decades later. Psychological Science. 25: 2217-32
Kell HJ, Motowidlo SJ, Martin MP, et al. (2014) Testing for Independent Effects of Prosocial Knowledge and Technical Knowledge on Skill and Performance Human Performance. 27: 311-327
Kell HJ, Lubinski D, Benbow CP, et al. (2013) Creativity and technical innovation: spatial ability's unique role. Psychological Science. 24: 1831-6
Kell HJ, Lubinski D, Benbow CP. (2013) Who rises to the top? Early indicators. Psychological Science. 24: 648-59
Kell HJ, Lubinski D. (2013) Spatial Ability: A Neglected Talent in Educational and Occupational Settings Roeper Review. 35: 219-230
Kell HJ, Motowidlo SJ. (2012) Deconstructing organizational commitment: Associations among its affective and cognitive components, personality antecedents, and behavioral outcomes Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 42: 213-251
Hebl MR, Williams MJ, Sundermann JM, et al. (2012) Selectively friending: Racial stereotypicality and social rejection Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 48: 1329-1335
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