Below is a list of current projects that vary greatly in their degree of progress. Indeed, as the list nears the end, it becomes increasingly a "wish list" or even "bucket list."
Psychopathology, adversity, and creativity: Diversifying experiences in the development of eminent African-Americans (with R. I. Damian). Exploring longitudinal relations among narcissism, fame, and creativity: An archival study of eminent writers (with R. I. Damian, R. W. Robins, & K. Grimm). Achievement. In S. K. Whitbourne (General Editor), Wiley-Blackwell's encyclopedia of adulthood and aging. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell. Lehman, Harvey C. In S. K. Whitbourne (General Editor), Wiley-Blackwell's encyclopedia of adulthood and aging. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell. Quetelet, Adolphe. In S. K. Whitbourne (General Editor), Wiley-Blackwell's encyclopedia of adulthood and aging. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell. Cultural-historiometric analyses of creativity. In A. K.-y. Leung, L. Y-Y. Kwan, & S. Liou (Eds.), Handbook of culture and creativity: Basic processes and applied innovations. New York: Oxford University Press. Achieving eminence as a woman psychologist: The impact of family experiences and choices. Creative geniuses as causal agents in history: Free will, creativity, and sociocultural change. Presidential birth order, intellectual brilliance, openness to experience, and the charismatic leadership style. Disciplinary series, creativity, personality, and development: A meta-analysis (with R. I. Damian). Achievement under constraint: The African-American experience. Predicting presidential greatness: Do better measured predictors do worse? Divergent developmental trajectories in Cox's 282 eminent creators and leaders (with A. V. Song). Melodic structure in the Beethoven symphony. Quality and quantity of creative output across the life span: Conflicting findings? Transformational versus transactional leadership: Some biographical antecedents. Military leadership: Strategic zeitgeist versus tactical genius. Personality, theory, and methodology in 54 eminent psychologists. Assimilation and accommodation in Islamic civilization. Monarchs and rulers: Life span, reign span, and eminence. The tortoise and the hare: Enduring versus transient achievement. Individual and situational factors behind historical continuity. The psychology of civilization: Genius and talent in the history of human achievement.
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