Dr Gilles Gignac
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McLaughlin Engfors, L.R., Jeffery, L.R., Gignac, G.E., Palermo, R.G. 2017, 'Individual Differences in Adaptive Norm-Based Coding and Holistic Coding Are Associated Yet Each Contributes Uniquely to Unfamiliar Face Recognition Ability', JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE, 43, 2, pp. 281-293. Detail
Gignac, G.E. 2016, 'The higher-order model imposes a proportionality constraint: That is why the bifactor model tends to fit better', Intelligence, 55, pp. 57-68. Detail
Gignac, G.E. 2016, 'Residual group-level factor associations: Possibly negative implications for the mutualism theory of general intelligence', Intelligence, 55, pp. 69-78. Detail
Gignac, G. E., Shankaralingam, M., Walker, K., Kilpatrick, P. 2016, 'Short-term memory for faces relates to general intelligence moderately', INTELLIGENCE, 57, pp. 96-104. Detail
Gignac, G. E. 2016, 'On the evaluation of competing theories: A reply to van der Maas and Kan', INTELLIGENCE, 57, pp. 84-86. Detail
Professor Stephan Lewandowsky, Dr Gilles Gignac, Dr Lee-Xieng Yang 2007, 'Categorization and Working Memory - Bridging Two Pillars of Cognition', ARC Discovery Projects.