Researchers focusing on cognitive assessment research, particularly that focused on CHC theory and assessment, should take a peak at a new publication outlet for quicker dissemination of research results (which the authors retain the copyright for possible publication in professional journals).
"The WMF Press™ publishes professional research and theory articles of interest to professionals in cognitive ability assessment. The on-line publication of these papers is a professional contribution of the Woodcock-Muñoz Foundation; there is no download fee." Additional information regarding WMF Press can be found at the above link. The first research bulletin has just been published.
- Margulies, A. S., & Floyd, R. G. (2009). A Preliminary Examination of the CHC Cognitive Ability Profiles of Children with High IQ and High Academic Achievement Enrolled in Services for Intellectual Giftedness
Conflict of interest disclosure - I am the WMF Research Director, but make $0 on the downloading of any of these manuscripts and/or software.
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