The Social and Emotional Development of Gifted Children: What Do We Know?
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Social and Emotional Development of Gifted Children includes chapters on peer pressures, perfectionism, underachievement, depression, delinquency, and gifted children with special needs. The subpopulations within the gifted community are also examined. Chapters present and review the relevant research on each topic.
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- Effects of Acceleration on Gifted Learners
- Peer Pressures and Social Acceptance of Gifted Students
- Social and Emotional Issues for Exceptionally Intellectually Gifted Students
- Asynchronous Development
- Affect Regulation and the Gifted
- The Application of Dabrowski’s Theory to the Gifted
- Individual Differences in Gifted Students’ Attributions for Academic Performances
- Perfectionism in Gifted Children and Adolescents
- Underachievement in Gifted Students
- Gifted Children and Depression
- Delinquency and Gifted Children
- Risk and Resilience in Gifted Children: A Conceptual Framework
- Gifted Females in Elementary and Secondary School
- Gifted Males
- Gifted Students Who Are Gay, Lesbian, or Bisexual
- Racial Identity Among Gifted African American Students
- Creatively Gifted Children
- Gifted Students With Learning Disabilities
- Gifted Children With Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Parenting Practices That Promote Talent Development, Creativity, and Optimal Adjustment
- Counseling Needs and Strategies
- Career Counseling for Gifted and Talented Students
- Promoting a Positive Achievement Attitude With Gifted and Talented Students
- Models and Strategies for Counseling, Guidance, and Social and Emotional Support of Gifted and Talented Students
- Discuss affect regulation in the gifted.
- Describe underachievement in the gifted.
- Explain characteristics of gifted males and females.
- Describe characteristics of gifted students with special needs.
- Explain the effect of academic acceleration on the gifted.
- Discuss counseling the gifted.