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Cheryl M. Ackerman is a Senior Associate for Evaluation in the Delaware Education Research and Development Center at the University of Delaware, USA. She is described as ‘a quantitative methodologist’, a former President of SENG and Chair of NAGC’s Conceptual Foundations Division (4/13).

Cheryll M. Adams is Director of the Center for Gifted Studies and Talent Development at Ball State University, USA. She is a member of the editorial review boards for Gifted Child Quarterly, Journal for the Education of the Gifted and the Roeper Review (4/13).

Jill L. Adelson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology, Counseling and College Student Personnel  at the University of Louisville. Her listed research interests include effects of gifted programming and mathematical talent development (4/13).

Martha A. Adler is an Associate Professor in Reading and Language Arts and ESL in the School of Education at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, USA. Her research interests ‘are all involved with high poverty low-achieving schools’. She is a member of the editorial review board of the Journal of Advanced Academics  (4/13)

Eunice Soriano de Alencar is Professor of Psychology and Education at the Catholic University of Brasilia, Brazil, a former President of the Brazilian Association for the Gifted and Vice-President of the Ibero-American Federation of the World Council. She is an honorary member of the Brazilian Council for Giftedness. (4/13)

Anies Al-Hroub is Associate Professor of Educational Psychology and Special Education in the Department of Education at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon. His research interests include gifted and talented education and dual exceptionality. (4/13)

Abdullah M Aljughaiman is President of the International Research Association for Talent Development and Excellence (IRATDE). He was, until 2011, Dean of the Research and Consulting Institute and the Director of the National Research Center for Giftedness and Creativity at King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia. His website (in Arabic) includes an extended biography. (4/13)

Susan G Assouline is Professor in Psychological Foundations at the University of Iowa and Director of the University’s Belin-Blank Center. Her areas of expertise are listed as: cognitive development of gifted students, mathematically talented students, academic acceleration and twice exceptionality. (4/13)

Don Ambrose is Professor of Graduate Education at Rider University, USA. His research emphases include ‘economic, political, and cultural barriers to aspiration development among deprived populations and the ethical dimensions of high ability’. He edits Roeper Review and is an editorial board member of several other gifted education journals. (4/13)

Alessandro Antionetti is Professor of General Psychology at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, Italy. Research interests include: ‘Experimental studies about creativity, problem-solving, decision-making, mental imagery, and analogy; Applications of cognitive issues in the field of teaching, learning, and school instruction.’ Further details of his work are here. He is part of the editorial review board for Gifted and Talented International. (4/13)

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