Giftedness and Talent

Giftedness and Talent

What Educators and Psychologists Need to Know

by Franzis Preckel, Miriam Vock, Paula Olszewski-Kubilius

Print edition
Print edition
Giftedness and Talent
ISBN: 9780889376274
2024, xii/300 pages
Due February 2024
ca. €49.95
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Giftedness and Talent

Understanding and supporting gifted and talented children and adolescents

  • Answers common questions of professionals and trainees
  • Presents the state-of-art of theory, research, and practice
  • Explores the characteristics of gifted students

More about the book

What is giftedness? How do talents develop? Are gifted people "different"? How can gifted children be recognized and supported in their development? Based on the authors’ many years of expertise in giftedness research and education practice, this book answers these and many other questions about giftedness and talent development in a scientifically sound and at the same time application-oriented way. This new volume offers an up-to-date overview of the theoretical foundations, pioneering studies, and research findings on gifted children and adolescents, and explores evidence-based options for diagnostics and support. The development of giftedness as well as the characteristics of gifted students, such as performance-related attributes and temperament traits, are also examined. This book is of interest to child psychologists and psychiatrists, educational and school psychologists, educators, and students, and is an ideal textbook for self-study or for those training to become a professional.

Praise for the book

“When these three internationally well-known experts in the field tell us what educators and psychologists need to know about giftedness and talent, we better listen.”
Lianne Hoogeveen, PhD, Radboud University, The Netherlands

“This book is a joy to read and extraordinarily well written. It is an excellent text for educators and psychologists that has the potential to change the entire field of gifted education and talent development around the world!”
Leonie Kronborg, PhD, School of Educational Psychology & Counselling, Faculty of Education, Monash University, Australia

“Ideal for university instruction, I am going to assign this text to all my students and recommend it to colleagues as the best treatment I know of on this topic. Bravo!”
David Lubinski, PhD, Professor of Psychology and Co-Director, Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth, Vanderbilt University, USA

“I really loved this book - a must read for teachers and psychologists working with gifted students and a very useful starting point for researchers.”
Colm O’Reilly, PhD, Director CTY Ireland, Dublin City University, Ireland

“I’ve been in this field for 40 years, but still I learned a lot from the text and would urge US researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to expand their horizons by having it handy on their desks.”
Rena F. Subotnik, PhD, Academic Talent Development Program, Graduate School of Education, University of California, Berkeley, USA

“This book brings together recent research and conceptual understandings in the field of gifted education – a useful compendium for busy educators.”
Margaret Sutherland, PhD, Professor of High Ability Studies and Inclusive Practice, School of Education, University of Glasgow, UK

“If I had to buy one book about gifted education, this would be it. The authors synthesize the entire field of gifted education with depth and panache.”
Frank C. Worrell, PhD, Distinguished Professor, School of Education, University of California, Berkeley, USA

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