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The purpose of this study was to investigate gender differences in self-efficacy, attitudes toward mathematics, and achievement of 48 gifted seventh- and eighth-grade students after participating in a two-week course on probability and statistics that was taught with a mathematical...
This retrospective study of professionally successful adults who were academic underachievers during adolescence ( N = 31) explored the phenomenological experience of underachievement, with particular focus on potentially interactive factors that might be associated with onset. maintenance, and...
This study examines the relationship among giftedness, gender, and overexcitability. Previous studies examining these relationships were based on an open-ended questionnaire and small samples. This study uses a new self-rating questionnaire to assess overexcitabilities, the Overexcitability...
Employing Erikson's identity theory within Marcia's operational framework, the association between identity formation and adult achievement was examined in a subset of gifted individuals from Termnan's longitudinal study. Terman's most successful A group and the least successful C group were...
In this study, we examined gender differences in course enrollment patterns, reasons for course choice, and enjoyment of course. Participants consisted of 804 academically talented students (433 females, 371 males) attending a summer program. Data were self-reported and were collected on a...
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