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Joe Baker is Associate Professor in the School of Kinesiology and Health Science, York University, Canada. One research interest is: ‘the development and maintenance of expert performance across the lifespan’ in a sporting context. (4/13)

Héfer Bembenutty is Assistant Professor of Education Psychology in the Department of Secondary and Youth Services at, Queens College of the City University of New York, USA. His research interests include self-regulation of learning and motivation. (4/13)

Camilla Benbow is Dean of Education and Human Development at Peabody College, Vanderbilt University, USA. An educational psychologist, her research has focused on gifted education, specifically the development of mathematical talent. She is co-director of the Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth (SMPY). (4/13)

Ernesto Bernal is a consultant based in San Antonio, Texas, USA. A former Dean of the School of Education at the University of Texas-Pan American (1990-1995), he is a specialist in the gifted education of Hispanic students. (4/13)

Jean-Jacques Bertschi is a former member of the Swiss parliament and co-founder of Talenta, a school for gifted learners aged 4-12 in Zurich, Switzerland. He is also President of Eurotalent and one of Switzerland’s Delegates to the World Council. (4/13)

Janice Bizzari, former Principal of University Elementary School, Bloomington, Indiana and currently Adjunct Assistant Professor in Indiana University’s School of Education gifted and talented programmes. (4/13)

Lori Bland, Director of Professional Development and Practice in Gifted Education at the College of William & Mary School of Education Center for Gifted Education (CFGE). She was Project Director for Project Clarion. (4/13)

Fred A. Bonner II is a Professor of Education in the Graduate School of Education at Rutgers University, USA. One research interest is academically gifted African American students. His website includes a selection of published articles. (4/13)

Jim Borland is Professor of Education at Teachers College, Columbia University USA. His research interests are listed as: ‘Education of gifted students. Economically disadvantaged gifted students. Conceptions of giftedness.’ (4/13)

Linda E. Brody is Co-Founder of the Diagnostic and Counseling Center within the Center for Talented Youth (CTY) at Johns Hopkins University, USA. She is Director of the Study of Exceptional Talent at CTY. Research interests are ‘evaluating intervention strategies for academically advanced students and…special populations including the highly gifted, gifted females, and twice-exceptional students.’  (4/13)

 

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