Jonathan Wai
Jonathan Wai
Assistant Professor and 21st Century Chair, University of Arkansas
Verified email at uark.edu - Homepage
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Spatial ability for STEM domains: Aligning over 50 years of cumulative psychological knowledge solidifies its importance.
J Wai, D Lubinski, CP Benbow
Journal of educational Psychology 101 (4), 817, 2009
14712009
Accomplishment in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and its relation to STEM educational dose: A 25-year longitudinal study.
J Wai, D Lubinski, CP Benbow, JH Steiger
Journal of Educational Psychology 102 (4), 860, 2010
3712010
Creativity and Occupational Accomplishments Among Intellectually Precocious Youths: An Age 13 to Age 33 Longitudinal Study.
J Wai, D Lubinski, CP Benbow
Journal of Educational Psychology 97 (3), 484, 2005
2552005
Sex differences in the right tail of cognitive abilities: A 30 year examination
J Wai, M Cacchio, M Putallaz, MC Makel
Intelligence 38 (4), 412-423, 2010
2282010
The bachelor’s to Ph. D. STEM pipeline no longer leaks more women than men: A 30-year analysis
DI Miller, J Wai
Frontiers in psychology 6, 37, 2015
1212015
A Psychobiosocial Model
DF Halpern, J Wai, A Saw
Gender differences in mathematics, 48, 2005
892005
Investigating America's elite: Cognitive ability, education, and sex differences
J Wai
Intelligence 41 (4), 203-211, 2013
752013
The world of competitive Scrabble: Novice and expert differences in visuopatial and verbal abilities.
DF Halpern, J Wai
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 13 (2), 79, 2007
682007
Experts are born, then made: Combining prospective and retrospective longitudinal data shows that cognitive ability matters
J Wai
Intelligence 45, 74-80, 2014
552014
The Flynn effect puzzle: A 30-year examination from the right tail of the ability distribution provides some missing pieces
J Wai, M Putallaz
Intelligence 39 (6), 443-455, 2011
382011
Investigating the world's rich and powerful: Education, cognitive ability, and sex differences
J Wai
Intelligence 46, 54-72, 2014
352014
Studying intellectual outliers: Are there sex differences, and are the smart getting smarter?
J Wai, M Putallaz, MC Makel
Current Directions in Psychological Science 21 (6), 382-390, 2012
312012
The path and performance of a company leader: A historical examination of the education and cognitive ability of Fortune 500 CEOs
J Wai, H Rindermann
Intelligence 53, 102-107, 2015
282015
Helping disadvantaged and spatially talented students fulfill their potential: Related and neglected national resources
J Wai, FC Worrell
Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences 3 (1), 122-128, 2016
272016
Sex differences in the right tail of cognitive abilities: An update and cross cultural extension
MC Makel, J Wai, K Peairs, M Putallaz
Intelligence 59, 8-15, 2016
262016
Investigating the right tail of wealth: Education, cognitive ability, giving, network power, gender, ethnicity, leadership, and other characteristics
J Wai, D Lincoln
Intelligence 54, 1-32, 2016
202016
High-ability students’ time spent outside the classroom
MC Makel, Y Li, M Putallaz, J Wai
Journal of Advanced Academics 22 (5), 720-749, 2011
192011
What goes into high educational and occupational achievement? Education, brains, hard work, networks, and other factors
J Wai, H Rindermann
High Ability Studies 28 (1), 127-145, 2017
172017
What does it mean to be an expert?
J Wai
Intelligence 45, 122-123, 2014
142014
The academic gap: An international comparison of the time allocation of academically talented students
MC Makel, J Wai, M Putallaz, PS Malone
Gifted Child Quarterly 59 (3), 177-189, 2015
132015
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