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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 30 No 2 June 2013: Giftedness in education

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 30 No 2 June 2013: Giftedness in education

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on Citizenship, Community and Cohesion.




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Guest Editorial
Wilma C.M. Resing, Fraser Lauchlan & Julian G. Elliott

The long-term effects of families and educational provision on gifted children
Joan Freeman

Facing challenge: A phenomenological investigation into the educational experiences of academically gifted pupils
Nicola Morris

Understanding and supporting the flourishing of the exceptional ability: A positive psychology approach to educational psychology practice
Klair Norman

Equally cursed and blessed: Do gifted and talented children experience poorer mental health and psychological well-being?
Timothy W. Jones

The voice of the 'non-existent': Greek talented students' perceptions of the Greek school system and its practices
Dimitrios Zbainos & Anastasia Kyritsi

Creative giftedness and educational opportunities
Maud Besancon, Todd Lubart & Baptiste Barbot

Measuring metaphors: Concreteness and similarity in metaphor comprehension and gifted identification
Mei Tan, Baptiste Barbot, Catalina Mourgues & Elena L. Grigorenko

Addressing the 'quiet crisis': Gifted identification with Aurora
Samuel D. Mandelman, Baptiste Barbot, Mei Tan & Elena L. Grigorenko

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