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On the social and emotional lives of gifted children : understanding and guiding their development / Tracy L. Cross.


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Cross, Tracy L.
Publication date:
4th ed. - Waco, Tex. : Prufrock Press, c2011.
  • Book
  • xxii, 287 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 227-230).
  • Examining beliefs about the gifted
  • Determining the needs of gifted children
  • Competing with myths about the social and emotional development of gifted students
  • Social and emotional development of gifted children: straight talk
  • Gifted children and Erikson's theory of psychosocial development
  • A consideration of axiomatic statements
  • How gifted students cope with mixed messages
  • Examining claims about gifted children and suicide
  • On chance and being gifted
  • Guiding and supporting the development of gifted children practical advice for guiding the gifted
  • Working on behalf of gifted students
  • Developing relationships, communication, and identity
  • Swagger or humility or swagger and humility : a new goal for educating students with gifts and talents
  • Putting the well-being of all students (including gifted students) first
  • Owning the problem of undesirable behavior : disintermediation and how our children are taught to drink, smoke, and gamble
  • Self-mutilation and gifted children
  • On preventing suicide among gifted students
  • Gifted students and the adults who provide for them : lessons learned from terrorism
  • Gifted students' social and emotional development in the 21st century
  • Technology and the unseen world of gifted students
  • Digital immigrants, natives, and "tweeners" : a glimpse into the future for our students with gifts and talents
  • Nerds and geeks : society's evolving stereotypes of our students with gifts and talents
  • The lived experiences of gifted students in school, or on gifted students and columbine
  • The rage of gifted students
  • The many faces of bullies
  • Psychological autopsy provides insight into gifted adolescent suicide
  • Contemporary issues in the psychosocial development of students with gifts and talents
  • The changing life metaphor of gifted youth
  • Changing times
  • Top 10 (plus or minus two) list for the 20th century
  • Disrupting social contracts that affect gifted students : an homage to "Harrison Bergeron".

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