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." Nonetheless,
it is worth pointing out that a significant proportion of my
publications never appeared on this list at any time. These report
theoretical or empirical investigations that managed to get
conceived, executed, and submitted too fast to ever become a "work
in progress," going straight to the "works in review" list.
Ironically, these one- or two-week total immersion projects often
yield my best publications!
- Exploring longitudinal relations among narcissism, fame, and creativity: An archival study of eminent writers (with R. I. Damian, R. W. Robins, & K. Grimm).
- Creative genius, knowledge, and reason: The lives and works of eminent creators. In J. C. Kaufman & J. Baer (Eds), Cambridge companion to creativity and reason in cognitive development (2nd ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- Creative genius and psychopathology: Creativity as positive and negative personality. In G. J. Feist, R. Reimer-Palmon, & J. C. Kaufman (Eds.), Frontiers in creativity and personality. New York: Academic Press.
- Achieving eminence as a woman psychologist: The impact of family experiences and choices.
- Creativity and sociocultural change: Creative geniuses as causal agents in history.
- Assimilation and accommodation in Islamic civilization: Intellectual achievement in the first millennium.
- Disciplinary series, creativity, personality, and development: A meta-analysis.
- 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.
- Transformational versus transactional leadership: Some biographical antecedents.
- Military leadership: Strategic zeitgeist versus tactical genius.
- Personality, theory, and methodology in 54 eminent psychologists.
- The tortoise and the hare: Enduring versus transient achievement.
- Individual and situational factors behind historical continuity.
- The psychology of civilization: The genius as the creator of history.
Complete Publication List
Honors Publications Received
Representative Journal Articles
Works in Review
Last updated: March 11, 2013