The Psychology of Gifted Children: Perspectives on Development and Education

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Joan Freeman
John Wiley & Sons Incorporated, 1985 - Psychology - 414 pages
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A collection of articles exploring all aspects of a gifted child's development and education, offering a wide range of approaches and vantage points. Defines the meaning of being gifted, showing how to identify gifted children, particularly those who don't show their gifts. Explores the relationship between the study of gifted children and matters relating to all children. The characteristics and behavioral traits of different types of gifted children are examined.

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Freeman, formerly of Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge.

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