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 assessment of learning and learning disabilities, methods for psychological diagnostic, intellectual assessment, and relationship between learning and creativity. He was a scientific adviser for the French adaptation of several tests, including KABC-II, WAIS-IV, WPPSI-IV and WISC-V. He was also a scientific adviser for the development of the US version of the WAIS-IV and the WISC-V. His academic publications include over 100 journal articles, book chapters, and books/monographs. He is the author of several French books on testing and diagnostic, including “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 has served as President of the International Test Commission (2006-2008). With Ron Hambleton, he was lead author of the second edition of the ITC Guidelines on Adapting Tests published in 2016. With Todd Lubart and Maud Besançon, he developed a test of mathematical creativity within the EPoC framework.


Recent publications:

Grégoire, J. (2018). Overcoming obstacles to creativity in science. Estudos de Psicologia, 35, 229-236.

Kotsou, I., Mikolajczak, M., Heeren, A., J. Grégoire & Leys, C. (2018. Improving emotional intelligence: a systematic review of existing work and future challenges. Emotion Review, 10, 1-15

Bartram, D., Berberoglu, G., Grégoire, J., Hambleton, R., Muniz, J., van de Vijver, F. (2018). ITC Guidelines for translating and adapting tests (Second Edition). International Journal of Testing, 18, 101-134.

Grégoire, J. (2016). Understanding creativity in mathematics for improving mathematical education. Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology, 15, 24-36.