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The Science of Genius

Outstanding creativity in all domains may stem from shared attributes and a common process of discovery

By Dean Keith Simonton

When High IQs Hang Out

“Genius” societies offer a social network for the top tier of test-takers

By Lena Groeger

How to Spot Artistic Brilliance

A “rage to master,” as observed in some precocious young artists, may help define extreme visual creativity

By Jennifer E. Drake and Ellen Winner

To Nurture Genius, Improve Gifted Education

Renewing our commitment to gifted education is the key to a more innovative, productive and culturally rich society

By Rena F. Subotnik, Paula Olszewski-Kubilius and Frank C. Worrell

Where Are All the Female Geniuses?

Women tend to choose work-life balance rather than the pursuit of eminence—although the choice is not entirely freely made

By Sandra Upson and Lauren F. Friedman

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