Dr. Thomas CoyleMentor
Thomas R. Coyle, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research at the University of Texas at San Antonio, where he has been a faculty member since 1997. His research focuses on cognitive ability and its relationship to life outcomes, with emphasis on non-IQs factors (e.g., factors unrelated to IQ) such as personality traits and ability tilt. He is Associate Editor of the journal Intelligence. He has published research on intelligence and its relationship to academic and work outcomes, on group differences in cognitive ability, on the biological basis of cognitive abilities, and on non-IQ factors related to life outcomes at school and work. He is Co-PI on an NSF grant examining relations among human intelligence, social intelligence, and cooperation. He is particularly proud of his students (a.k.a., the Coyle Cabal) who have contributed to our understanding of intelligence and cognitive abilities.
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