In this groundbreaking handbook, more than 60 internationally respected authorities explore the interface between intelligence and personality by bringing together a wide range of potential integrative links drawn from theory, research, measurements, and applications.
`With many prestigious and well-qualified contributors who obviously worked hard and critically, it constitutes an excellent sourcebook....The editors were eminently successful in securing coverage of a wide range of theoretical, empirical, and applied topics about different aspects of personality and intelligence, separately, and in combination.'
`Likely to stand alone as the definitive work in this area for quite some time.'
`This book is a heavyweight in every sense of the word. Its 59 contributors include most of the influential individual-difference theorists...the book is well-presented and sturdy...This book is reasonably priced bearing in mind its size and scope and quality of its chapters....can be confidently recommended for both the library and for the bookshelf of anyone with a basic background and interest in individual differences.'
British Journal of Educational Psychology
`A monumental resource for researchers interested in personality, intelligence and, more appropriately, their interplay.'
`Exemplary of the best research and researchers currently in the field.'
from the Foreword by Richard E. Snow, Stanford University, CA