intellectual giftedness


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intellectual giftedness

An innate, personal aptitude for intellectual activities that cannot be acquired through personal effort or learning.
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Approaches to defining and operationalizing the term intellectual giftedness in studies included in previous reviews (Gust-Brey & Cross, 1999; Martin et al, 2009; Neihart et al.
Examples include data from 63 children with intellectual giftedness within the standardization studies of this version (Wechsler, 2003b) which, when compared with an average intelligence group, showed significant differences in the four indexes, remaining high for Verbal Comprehension and Perceptual Reasoning and moderate for Working Memory and Processing Speed.
Table 11 contains information on parental background and involvement variables which show some degree of association with student intellectual giftedness.
Whether we are examining intellectual giftedness, giftedness in sport or athletics, in the performing arts, or in community leadership, giftedness or talent refers to exceptionality; a level of potential or performance possessed or achieved by a minority of the population.
We also found that intellectual giftedness when associated with AD/HD did not offer protection from outcomes of (a) failing to produce relative to expectations (underachievement); (b) starting and organizing assignments; or (c) sustaining attention and work action to routines, long-term projects, and homework.
Several authors have reported on the components and processes of advocacy for students with intellectual giftedness.
Nora resisted the notion of her daughter's intellectual giftedness because her conception was so heavily influenced by factors that undermined the school's identification.
To establish evidence of discriminant validity, a discriminant analysis was performed using school district identification of intellectual giftedness as the discriminating variable.
For lack of any systematic routines in the Swedish educational system to identify intellectual giftedness, it was necessary to understand how the participants discovered that they were gifted.
Intellectual Giftedness in Young Children: Recognition and Development.
In addition, these professionals may make assumptions without considering that intellectual giftedness, as typically defined, reflects a wide range of measured intelligence--from, for instance, scores of 130 (the beginning of "moderate giftedness") to 180 and above ("profound giftedness") on an individually administered intelligence assessment (Boland & Gross, 2007).
The following sections were prefaced by initial instructions indicating that intellectual giftedness, specifically, was the topic of concern.
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