Jacques Grégoire

Jacques Grégoire, Ph.D., is Full Professor at the School of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium. His research interests include intelligence, mathematical learning, assessment of gifted children, methods for psychological diagnostic, and relationship between learning and emotions. He developed or adapted in French several tests for the assessment of intelligence and mathematical learning. He was scientific adviser for the US development of the WISC-IV and the WISC-V. His academic publications include over 100 journal articles, book chapters, and books/monographs. He is author of two French books on intelligence assessment: “Clinical assessment of child intelligence” and “Clinical assessment of adult intelligence” and a reference book on the methodology of test development, written with Dany Laveault: “Introduction to test theories in Psychology and Education”. He is Consulting editor of several scientific Journals. He has served as secretary of the International Test Commission (1995-2004) and President of the same organization (2006-2008). With the collaboration of Ron Hambleton, he organized the 5th ITC international conference in Brussels (July, 2006) on “Psychological and Educational Test Adaptation Across Languages and Cultures”.