A. Nayena Blankson

A. Nayena Blankson

Spelman College

H-index: 19

North America-United States

About A. Nayena Blankson

A. Nayena Blankson, With an exceptional h-index of 19 and a recent h-index of 17 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Spelman College,

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Specific Processes of Intelligence and Relationships in Academic Learning (SPIRAL)

A Tribute to the Mind, Methodology and Mentoring of Wayne Velicer

Reliability, Issues of

Validity, Issues of

Implementing an Intervention in the Spelman College African Diaspora and the World Course

A. Nayena Blankson Information

University

Spelman College

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Citations(all)

2735

Citations(since 2020)

1348

Cited By

1917

hIndex(all)

19

hIndex(since 2020)

17

i10Index(all)

19

i10Index(since 2020)

19

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Spelman College

Top articles of A. Nayena Blankson

Specific Processes of Intelligence and Relationships in Academic Learning (SPIRAL)

Authors

A. N. Blankson

Journal

Frontiers in Education

Published Date

2022

We live in an age of cancel culture. Things are cancelled sometimes for important reasons and sometimes for superficial reasons. Over 100 years since its inception, the concept of IQ still lingers. Here, I make the argument that IQ should be cancelled. I conclude with the proposition of a new theory, Specific Processes of Intelligence and Relationships in Academic Learning (SPIRAL), which can be used to guide future research on cognition and achievement.

A Tribute to the Mind, Methodology and Mentoring of Wayne Velicer

Authors

Lisa L Harlow,Leona Aiken,A Nayena Blankson,Gwyneth M Boodoo,Leslie Ann D Brick,Linda M Collins,Geoff Cumming,Joseph L Fava,Matthew S Goodwin,Bettina B Hoeppner,David P MacKinnon,Peter CM Molenaar,Joseph Lee Rodgers,Joseph S Rossi,Allie Scott,James H Steiger,Stephen G West

Journal

Multivariate behavioral research

Published Date

2021/7/21

Wayne Velicer is remembered for a mind where mathematical concepts and calculations intrigued him, behavioral science beckoned him, and people fascinated him. Born in Green Bay, Wisconsin on March 4, 1944, he was raised on a farm, although early influences extended far beyond that beginning. His Mathematics BS and Psychology minor at Wisconsin State University in Oshkosh, and his PhD in Quantitative Psychology from Purdue led him to a fruitful and far-reaching career. He was honored several times as a high-impact author, was a renowned scholar in quantitative and health psychology, and had more than 300 scholarly publications and 54,000+ citations of his work, advancing the arenas of quantitative methodology and behavioral health. In his methodological work, Velicer sought out ways to measure, synthesize, categorize, and assess people and constructs across behaviors and time, largely …

Reliability, Issues of

Authors

A Nayena Blankson

Journal

The Wiley Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences: Measurement and Assessment

Published Date

2020/9/18

Reliability is a measure of the consistency of a test. Reliability is a necessary, but not sufficient condition for validity. Several different methods have been proposed for estimating reliability. These methods fall under four general categories, namely inter‐scorer reliability, test‐retest reliability, alternate forms reliability, and internal consistency reliability, all of which will be described, along with generalizability theory.

Validity, Issues of

Authors

Karlye A Phillips,April L Brown,A Nayena Blankson

Journal

The Wiley Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences: Measurement and Assessment

Published Date

2020/9/18

Validity is perhaps the most important issue in test use and represents the extent to which a test measures what it is intended to measure. Content validity, criterion‐related validity, and construct validity are classic methods of providing evidence that a test is valid. Validation begins with test construction and is an on‐going process. Still, a test can be valid for some purposes, but not for other purposes.

Implementing an Intervention in the Spelman College African Diaspora and the World Course

Authors

Francesina Jackson,Jimmeka Guillory Wright,A Blankson,Angelino Viceisza,Bruce Wade

Journal

Journal of Global Postcolonial Studies

Published Date

2020/7/9

This article describes an interdisciplinary team of researchers’ exploration of the impact of metacognitive instruction on first-year students enrolled in Spelman’s signature course—African Diaspora and the World (ADW). The two-phased, randomized controlled trial influenced administrators to increase the number of ADW sections, focused faculty discussions on pedagogy rather than content, emphasized the interdisciplinary perspective of the course, used a long-term developmental approach to professional development, and required all students to use ADW peer tutoring. The majority of faculty and students viewed these changes positively.

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What is A. Nayena Blankson's h-index at Spelman College?

The h-index of A. Nayena Blankson has been 17 since 2020 and 19 in total.

What are A. Nayena Blankson's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Specific Processes of Intelligence and Relationships in Academic Learning (SPIRAL)

A Tribute to the Mind, Methodology and Mentoring of Wayne Velicer

Reliability, Issues of

Validity, Issues of

Implementing an Intervention in the Spelman College African Diaspora and the World Course

are the top articles of A. Nayena Blankson at Spelman College.

What is A. Nayena Blankson's total number of citations?

A. Nayena Blankson has 2,735 citations in total.

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