Rena F. Subotnik, PhD

Director, Center for Psychology in the Schools and Education, American Psychological Association, whose missions is to generate public awareness, advocacy, clinical applications, and cutting-edge research ideas that enhance the achievement and performance of children and adolescents with gifts and talents in all domains; Former Professor of Education, Hunter College; Winner of the 2013 “Lifetime Achievement Award” by the Mensa Education and Research Foundation; Co-Author, Talent Development as a Framework for Gifted Education: Implications for Best Practices and Applications in Schools (2018), “The Talent Gap: The U.S. Is Neglecting Its Most Promising Science Students” (2014, Scientific American), “Nurturing the Young Genius: Renewing our Commitment to Gifted Education is Key to a More Innovative, Productive and Culturally Rich Society” (2012, Scientific American Mind), and “Rethinking Giftedness and Gifted Education: A Proposed Direction Forward Based on Psychological Science” (2011, Psychological Science in the Public Interest), Co-Editor, The Psychology of High Performance: Developing Human Potential Into Domain-Specific Talent (Forthcoming), Malleable Minds: Translating Insights From Psychology and Neuroscience To Gifted Education (2012), and Developing Giftedness and Talent Across the Life Span (2009)


Unleashing Expert Performance & Talents

Unleashing Expert Performance & Talents

Moving Childhood Potential to Adult Creative Achievement: The Psychology of High Performance (Teens/Adults)