Programme of the workshop Social issues in intelligence and giftedness

Wednesday, June 2

10.00 - 10.15 Opening session. Chair: T. Ushakova (Russia).

  • B. Schaefer (Germany), D. Ushakov (Russia). Introduction.

10.15- 14.00 Intelligence: Theory and testing. Chair: H. Holling (Germany), D. Lyussin (Russia), P. Salhani (France).

  • H. Hofer, F. Freund (Germany). New developments in computerized generation and administration of matrices items.
  • F. Preckel (Germany). Self-estimates of intellectual abilities: Gender differences and validity.
  • R. Schulze (Germany). Measurement models in intelligence testing.
  • M. Vock (Germany). Giftedness and working memory capacity.
  • O. Wilhelm (Germany). The status quo and future of intelligence testing.

15.00 - 19.00 Intelligence and giftedness: Bridging the gap to related disciplines. Chair: J. Brunault (France), J. Renzulli (USA), R. Schulze (Germany).

  • N. Almaev (Russia). Elucidation of intentional states aggregates through a new method of content analyses.
  • H. Holling (Germany). Identification of the gifted: Problems in measuring academic intelligence.
  • M. Lynch (USA). Social contextual influences on Big Five personality traits: The role of psychological need supports in the family and in the classroom, with implications for intelligence and creativity.
  • A. Poddiakov (Russia). "Trojan horse" teaching and problem creating.

    P. Salhani (France). Affect and creativity.

Thursday, June 3

15.00 - 19.00 Giftedness: Identification and development in the social context. Chair: N. Almaev (Russia), O. Wilhelm (Germany), M. Zeidner (Israel).

  • J. Brunault (France). Intellectual capacities, chrestic functions, school achievement.
  • R. Pages (France). Resources et training of inventive intelligence about and in the human ecosystem.
  • S. Reis (USA). The underachievement dilemma.
  • J. Renzulli (USA). What makes giftedness and how do we develop it in young people?

Friday, June 4

10.00 - 14.00 Social, emotional, and other kinds of non-academic intelligence. Chair: R. Pages (France), A. Poddiakov (Russia), S. Reis (USA).

  • S. Belova (Russia). Verbal versus non-verbal representation in social cognition.
  • O. Ivanova (Russia). Emotional creativity: Do we need a new concept.
  • D. Lyussin (Russia). Emotional intelligence as a mixed construct: Its relation with personality and information processing.
  • D. Ushakov (Russia). Social intelligence: Is it a kind of intelligence?
  • M. Zeidner (Israel). Emotional intelligence: knowns and unknowns.

Saturday, June 5

10.00 - 12.00 Social psychological research on intelligence. Chair: B. Schaefer (Germany), D. Ushakov (Russia).

  • M. Scarabis (Germany). A social psychological perspective on social intelligence.
  • B. Schloder (Germany). Social representations of intelligence and aptitude.

12.00 - 14.00 Discution of collaboration possibilities. Chair: B. Schaefer (Germany), D. Ushakov (Russia).

  • All the participants