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 Phillip L. Ackerman - Psychology Dictionary of Arguments
 
Phillip L. Ackerman, American Professor of Psychology at Georgia Institute of Technology. His major works include A theory of adult intellectual development: Process, personality, interests, and knowledge (1996), Personality and intelligence (2009), and Nonsense, common sense, and science of expert performance: Talent and individual differences (2014). His fields of specialization are differential, educational, cognitive, applied experimental, and industrial and organizational psychology.
 
Author Item    More authors for concept
Ackerman, Phillip L. Ability   Ability
Ackerman, Phillip L. Behavior   Behavior
Ackerman, Phillip L. Extraversion   Extraversion
Ackerman, Phillip L. Information Processing   Information Processing
Ackerman, Phillip L. Neuroticism   Neuroticism
Ackerman, Phillip L. Personality Traits   Personality Traits

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2024-07-15