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As such, we investigated associations between intellectual giftedness and the propensity to either internalize problems (e.
1934 Witty and Jenkins publish 'The Educational Achievement of a Group of Gifted Negro Children" in the Journal of Educational Psychology', becoming the first authors to describe intellectual giftedness among African American students and students from culturally diverse backgrounds.
These researchers recommended not using the Arithmetic and Coding subtests when testing for intellectual giftedness, as both of them exhibited heavy loadings on processing speed.
The exploration of possible links between intelligence and multifaceted self-concept is complicated by the fact that multiple criteria are required for identifying both intellectual giftedness and talent in the arts (Clark & Zimmerman, 1998).
Accordingly, it becomes of great value to investigate issues regarding intellectual giftedness in a large, representative sample.
Intellectual giftedness, like intellectual disability, is no respector of race, social class or gender.
Howard Gardner claims a positive relationship between arts abilities and intellectual and academic abilities, whereas Robert Sternberg argues that arts abilities are not necessarily related to intellectual giftedness.
The participating children were drawn from a single school district in the Midwest, which provided self-contained classes for students with intellectual giftedness.
If you had a population of Einstein brains and a population of normal brains, the data generated still would not say much about intellectual giftedness until we better understand normal brain function.
Sternberg's Triarchic Theory of intellectual giftedness focuses on three main dimensions which include: information processing through internal representation of objects and symbols, information processing based on past experiences, and adapting to real-world environments.
The purpose of the research was to determine if the dimensions also applied to the advocacy efforts of parents of children identified as having intellectual giftedness or learning disabilities.
At first, Tony did not see an indication of intellectual giftedness in Phoebe, his second child.

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