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Gifted and nongifted students completed a questionnaire which asked their views of the concepts of intelligence. There were many substantial differences among their views. Both groups, however, tend to view intelligence as arising from hard work and good attitudes. Gifted students also tended to...
The purpose of this presentation is (a) to analyze critically reseach and promotional literature on Guilford's Structure-of-Intellect (SOI) model as it relates to the cognitive functioning of gifted students, and (b) to evaluate the implications of this analysis for the identification and...
Responses of 584 high IQ children to the 37 item Revised Children's Manifest Anxiety Scale were submitted to a factor analysis. The five factors that emerged (Physiological, Worry/Oversensitivity, Concentration, Lie 1, and Lie 2) were shown to be highly similar to the factors found with the...
This investigation examined the independent and joint effects of aptitude (gifted vs. normal) and achievement (underachiever vs. achiever) on assessments of the self-system in upper elementary-aged children. The gifted group was significantly higher than the average group on self-evaluations of...
In the scientific literature, there is ambiguity in the distinction between the concepts of giftedness and talent. This paper examines several common definitions of these two terms, with particular emphasis on the models proposed by Renzulli (1979) and Cohn (1981). Our critique of these two...
This is a response to the article by Clarizio and Mehrens in this issue. The author argues that the article by Clarizio and Mehrens is too negative in tone and fails to acknowledge the strengths and values of SOI tests.
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