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Talent in Context: Historical and Social Perspectives on Giftedness - Friedman, Reva C (Editor), and Rogers, Karen B, PH.D. (Editor), and Robinson, Nancy M, PH.D. (Foreword by)
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How does the gifted individual fare in a culture that values beauty over brains? Why do American women see giftedness as both an asset and a liability? Can we tease apart nature and nurture to understand how talent develops? Will we genetically engineer supersmart babies in the near future? In Talent in Context, ten eminent psychologists come together to address these and other provocative questions and to appreciate the various social and historical contexts within which giftedness evolves. The book's lively dialogue ...

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Talent in Context: Historical and Social Perspectives on Giftedness 1998, American Psychological Association (APA), Washington DC

ISBN-13: 9781557989444

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