Matthew C. Makel
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Replications in psychology research: How often do they really occur?
MC Makel, JA Plucker, B Hegarty
Perspectives on Psychological Science 7 (6), 537-542, 2012
Facts are more important than novelty: Replication in the education sciences
MC Makel, JA Plucker
Educational Researcher 43 (6), 304-316, 2014
Assessment of creativity.
JA Plucker, MC Makel
Cambridge University Press, 2010
What one hundred years of research says about the effects of ability grouping and acceleration on K–12 students’ academic achievement: Findings of two second-order meta-analyses
S Steenbergen-Hu, MC Makel, P Olszewski-Kubilius
Review of Educational Research 86 (4), 849-899, 2016
Sex differences in the right tail of cognitive abilities: A 30year examination
J Wai, M Cacchio, M Putallaz, MC Makel
Intelligence 38 (4), 412-423, 2010
When lightning strikes twice: Profoundly gifted, profoundly accomplished
MC Makel, HJ Kell, D Lubinski, M Putallaz, CP Benbow
Psychological Science 27 (7), 1004-1018, 2016
Help us creativity researchers, you're our only hope.
MC Makel
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 3 (1), 38, 2009
Thinking like a scientist about real-world problems: The Cornell Institute for Research on Children Science Education Program
WM Williams, PB Papierno, MC Makel, SJ Ceci
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 25 (1), 107-126, 2004
Replication of special education research: Necessary but far too rare
MC Makel, JA Plucker, J Freeman, A Lombardi, B Simonsen, M Coyne
Remedial and Special Education 37 (4), 205-212, 2016
Replication in criminology and the social sciences
WA Pridemore, MC Makel, JA Plucker
Annual Review of Criminology 1, 19-38, 2018
Changing the pond, not the fish: Following high-ability students across different educational environments.
MC Makel, SY Lee, P Olszewki-Kubilius, M Putallaz
Journal of Educational Psychology 104 (3), 778, 2012
The empirical march: Making science better at self-correction.
MC Makel
American Psychological Association, 2016
The nature and nurture of talent: A bioecological perspective on the ontogeny of exceptional abilities
PB Papierno, SJ Ceci, MC Makel, WM Williams
Journal for the Education of the Gifted 28 (3-4), 312-332, 2005
Gifted students’ implicit beliefs about intelligence and giftedness
MC Makel, KE Snyder, C Thomas, PS Malone, M Putallaz
Gifted Child Quarterly 59 (4), 203-212, 2015
No Child Left Behind: The inadvertent costs for high-achieving and gifted students
JL Jolly, MC Makel
Childhood Education 87 (1), 35-40, 2010
Seven easy steps to open science
S Crüwell, J van Doorn, A Etz, MC Makel, H Moshontz, JC Niebaum, ...
Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 2019
Creativity is more than novelty: Reconsidering replication as a creativity act.
MC Makel, JA Plucker
Educational Publishing Foundation 8 (1), 27, 2014
A call for open science in giftedness research
MT McBee, MC Makel, SJ Peters, MS Matthews
Gifted Child Quarterly 62 (4), 374-388, 2018
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
Should millions of students take a gap year? Large numbers of students start the school year above grade level
SJ Peters, K Rambo-Hernandez, MC Makel, MS Matthews, JA Plucker
Gifted Child Quarterly 61 (3), 229-238, 2017
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