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Text Box: November 19                                   Joel T. Nigg                                            Michigan State University
"Executive Functions and IQ"
Text Box:       Research Center For Group Dynamics Fall 2007 Seminar Series
                                        "Intelligence"

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Text Box: December 3                       Jacqui Smith                    University of Michigan
"The Aging of Intelligence"
Text Box: November 26                            Peter Salovey                               Yale University
"Emotional Intelligence: Is There Really Anything To It?"
Text Box: November 12                           Oscar Ybarra                          University of Michigan
"The Social Underpinnings of Intelligence"
Text Box: November 5                         James Flynn                       University of Otago
"Intelligence: Four Paradoxes Resolved"
Text Box: October 29                        Joshua Aronson                      New York University
"Stereotype Threat and the Fragility of Human Intelligence"
Text Box: October 22                        Robert Sternberg                    Tufts University
 "Beyond the SAT: Assessing Creative, Practical and Wisdom-Based Skills in College and University Admissions"
Text Box: October 15                            Eric Turkheimer               University of Virginia
"Poverty and the Genetics of Intelligence" 
Text Box: October 8                           Clancy Blair                                   Penn State University
"Fluid Intelligence, General Intelligence and the Development of Self-Regulation"
Text Box: September 24                    William Dickens                         The Brookings Institution                   
"What is G?"
Text Box: September 17                   
Jeanne Brooks-Gunn:                    
Columbia  University 
                          
 "School Readiness: Closing Racial and Ethnic Gaps"
Text Box: September 10                            Reception and Introduction to the series by Richard E. Nisbett                             "Intelligence, and How to Get It"
Text Box:      Organized and Hosted by Richard E. Nisbett                                   Co-Sponsored by The Culture and Cognition Program
Text Box: The Group Dynamics Seminar series is considered one of the longest running seminar series in the social sciences.  The original intent was for RCGD senior staff to meet together weekly to maintain an integrated theoretical approach to the various research projects underway and to advance theoretical thinking in several areas. Today the seminar series is open to the entire University community and continues to provide an opportunity for researchers, scholars, staff, and students to meet and learn about new theoretical developments as well as ongoing research activities. 
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Text Box: December 10                      Daphna Oyserman                    University of Michigan
"Identity-Based Motivation and Academic Outcomes"