Thursday, November 20, 2008

Kevin McGrew's IQ Brain Clock Blog, Interval Time Tracking Research

Dr. Kevin McGrew is Director of the Institute for Applied Psychometrics, and is known for his research in the Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) theory of cognitive abilities. He is a researcher, professor, and experienced school psychologist.

Below is a visual map of the IAP website:

Several months ago I wrote about Kevin McGrew's IQ's Corner blog.

"An attempt to share contemporary research findings, insights, musings, and discussions regarding theories and applied measures of human intelligence. In other words, a quantoid linear mind trying to make sense of the nonlinear world of human cognitive abilities."

Kevin also maintains the IQ Brain Clock blog:

"An attempt to track the "pulse" of contemporary research and theory regarding the psychology/neuroscience of brain-based mental/interval time keeping. In addition, the relevance of neuroscience research to learning/education will also be covered..."

To get a better understanding of the concept of "brain clock", read the following article:

Improvements in Interval Time Tracking and Effects on Reading Achievement

Gordon E. Taub, Kevin S. McGrew, Timothy Z Keith
Psychology in the Schools, Vol. 44(8), 2007 © 2007 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

Kevin follows a variety of interesting blogs related to psychology, cognition, brain functioning, learning, and nore. If you visit his blogs, you'll find that he's posted an assortment of useful links, including research papers.

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