Gifted iq early developmental aspects the fullerton longitudinal study 1994th edition by allen w gottfried author adele eskeles gottfried author k bathurst author diana wright guerin author 1 more. Gifted iq early developmental aspects the fullerton longitudinal study gottfried gottfried bathurst guerin 1994 whereas most research on gifted students occurs after children have been labeled and begun participating in special programs the fullerton longitudinal study fls investigates the developmental course prior to gifted. 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. Tips for parents longitudinal studies can be of enormous benefit in letting us see the long term effects on the academic and social development of gifted students of various interventions such as acceleration although the fullerton study included no extremely gifted children the highest iq in the group was 145 its findings do lend . This scholarly book discusses studies on intellectually gifted children such tidbits as early hand preference as an indicator of giftedness but only for girls make it an interesting read for parents who are comfortable reading a science textbook
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