Table of contents for Conceptions of giftedness / edited by Robert J. Sternberg, Janet E. Davidson.

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Table of Contents
Conceptions of Giftedness, 2nd Edition
Robert J. Sternberg and Janet E. Davidson, editors
Preface
Chapter 1 - James Borland - Gifted Education without Gifted Children: The Case for
No Conception of Giftedness
Chapter 2 - Linda E. Brody & Julian Stanley - Youths Who Reason Exceptionally Well
Mathematically and/or Verbally: Using the MVT:D4 Model to Develop their Talents
Chapter 3 - Carolyn M. Callahan & Erin M. Miller - A Child Responsive Model of
Giftedness
Chapter 4 - Tracy L. Cross & Laurence J. Coleman - School-Based Conception of
Giftedness
Chapter 5 - John F. Feldhusen - Giftedness, Talent, Expertise And Creative
Achievement
Chapter 6 - Joan Freeman - Permission To Be Gifted: How Conceptions Of Giftedness
Can Change Lives
Chapter 7 - Francoys Gagne - From Gifts to Talents: The DMGT as a Developmental
Model
Chapter 8 - Edmund Gordon & Beatrice L. Bridglall - Nurturing Talent in Gifted
Students of Color
Chapter 9 - Kurt A. Heller, Christoph Perleth & Tock Keng Lim - The Munich
Model of Giftedness designed to identify and promote gifted students
Chapter 10 - Ida Jeltova & Elena L. Grigorenko - Systemic Approaches to Giftedness:
Contributions of Russian Psychology
Chapter 11 - Franz J. Mönks & Michael W. Katzko - Giftedness and Gifted Education
Chapter 12 - Jonathan A. Plucker and Sasha A. Barab - The Importance of Contexts
in Theories of Giftedness: Learning to Embrace the Messy Joys of Subjectivity
Chapter 13 - Sally M. Reis - Feminist Perspectives on Talent Development: A Research
Based Conception of Giftedness in Women
Chapter 14 - Joseph S. Renzulli - The Three-Ring Conception of Giftedness: A
Developmental Model For Promoting Creative Productivity
Chapter 15 - Nancy M. Robinson - In Defense of a Psychometric Approach to the
Definition of Academic Giftedness: A Conservative View from a Die-Hard Liberal
Chapter 16 - Mark A. Runco - Creative Giftedness
Chapter 17 - Dean Keith Simonton - Genetics of Giftedness: The Implications of an
Emergenic-Epigenetic Model
Chapter 18 - Robert J. Sternberg - The WICS Model of Giftedness
Chapter 19 - Rena F. Subotnik & Linda Jarvin - Beyond Expertise: Conceptions of
Giftedness as Great Performance
Chapter 20 - Joyce Van Tassel-Baska - Domain-Specific Giftedness: Applications in
School and Life
Chapter 21 - Catya von K rolyi & Ellen Winner - Extreme Giftedness
Chapter 22 - Herbert J. Walberg and Susan J. Paik - Making Giftedness Productive
Chapter 23 - Albert Ziegler - The Actiotope Model of Giftedness
Chapter 24 - Richard E. Mayer -- (Discussion) The Scientific Study of Gifedness

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Genius.
Gifted children -- Psychology.