Andrew R. A. Conway

Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
working memory, intelligence
"Andrew Conway"
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Jalisha M. Braxton research assistant 2012-2016 Princeton (PsychTree)
Adam B. Moore grad student 2011 Princeton
Brooke N. Macnamara grad student 2008-2014 Princeton (PsychTree)
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Conway ARA. (2021) From the Incoming Editor. Journal of Intelligence. 9
Conway ARA, Kovacs K, Hao H, et al. (2021) Individual Differences in Attention and Intelligence: A United Cognitive/Psychometric Approach. Journal of Intelligence. 9
Navarro E, Goring SA, Conway ARA. (2021) The Relationship between Theory of Mind and Intelligence: A Formative Approach. Journal of Intelligence. 9
Schmank CJ, Goring SA, Kovacs K, et al. (2021) Investigating the Structure of Intelligence Using Latent Variable and Psychometric Network Modeling: A Commentary and Reanalysis. Journal of Intelligence. 9
Conway ARA, Hao H. (2020) The Role of Non-Cognitive Factors in the SAT Remains Unclear: A Commentary on Hannon (2019). Journal of Intelligence. 8
Conway ARA, Kovacs K, Hao H, et al. (2020) The Struggle Is Real: Challenges and Solutions in Theory Building Psychological Inquiry. 31: 302-309
Navarro E, Macnamara BN, Glucksberg S, et al. (2020) What Influences Successful Communication? An Examination of Cognitive Load and Individual Differences Discourse Processes. 57: 880-899
Kovacs K, Conway AR. (2020) Process Overlap Theory, Executive Functions, and the Interpretation of Cognitive Test Scores: Reply to Commentaries Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 9: 419-424
Schmank CJ, Goring SA, Kovacs K, et al. (2019) Psychometric Network Analysis of the Hungarian WAIS. Journal of Intelligence. 7
Kovacs K, Conway ARA. (2019) What Is IQ? Life Beyond “General Intelligence” Current Directions in Psychological Science. 28: 189-194
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