© 2017 Wisdom and Identity Lab

Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education

University of Toronto

PUBLICATIONS

A few of our publications:

Mainland Chinese Implicit Theory of Wisdom: Generational and Cultural Differences

Hu, C. S., Ferrari, M., Liu, R. D., Gao, Q., & Weare, E. (2016). Mainland Chinese Implicit Theory of Wisdom: Generational and Cultural Differences. The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 157.

 

Why is Gandhi Wise? A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Gandhi as an Exemplar of Wisdom

 

Ferrari, M., Abdelaal, Y., Lakhani, S., Sachdeva, S., Tasmim, S., & Sharma, D. (2016). Why is Gandhi Wise? A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Gandhi as an Exemplar of Wisdom. Journal of Adult Development, 23(4), 204-213.

 

The Many Faces of Wisdom: An Investigation of Cultural-Historical Wisdom Exemplars

Reveals Practical, Philosophical, and Benevolent Prototypes

 

Weststrate, N. M., Ferrari, M., & Ardelt, M. (2016). The Many Faces of Wisdom An Investigation of Cultural-Historical Wisdom Exemplars Reveals Practical, Philosophical, and Benevolent Prototypes. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 42(5), 662-676.

 

Teaching for Wisdom in an Intergenerational High-School-English Class

 

DeMichelis, C., Ferrari, M., Rozin, T., & Stern, B. (2015). Teaching for wisdom in an intergenerational high-school-English class. Educational Gerontology, 41(8), 551-566.

 

What Can Neuroscience Bring to Education?

 

Ferrari, M. (2011). What can neuroscience bring to education?. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 43(1), 31-36.