Gifted IQ : Early Developmental Aspects - The Fullerton Longitudinal Study
This book studies the early developmental and family history of children who come to perform at the gifted IQ level during middle childhood. The authors detail their original research-the first systematic, longitudinal study of such children-and offer a theory to explain how children become intellectually gifted. Chapters examine the theory's implications for early identification and assessment as well as for parenting.
- Hardback | 207 pages
- 162 x 234 x 22mm | 458.14g
- 01 Sep 1994
- Springer Science+Business Media
- Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
- New York, NY, United States
- 1994 ed.
- XI, 207 p.
Table of contents
Introduction. Description of the Fullerton Longitudinal Study. Intellectual and Cognitive Functioning. Education, Achievement, and Motivation. Behavioral Adjustment, Social Functioning, and Temperment. Home and Family Environment. On Becoming Intellectually Gifted. Index.