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Nurturing Social-Emotional Development of Gifted Children (page 3)

By — Educational Resource Information Center (U.S. Department of Education)
Updated on Oct 14, 2008

References

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Kleine, P.A., & Webb, J.T. (1992). "Community links as resources." In Challenges in gifted education: Developing potential and investing in knowledge for the 21st century (pp. 63-72). Columbus, OH: Ohio Department of Education.

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James T. Webb, Ph.D. is Professor at the School of Professional Psychology, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio. Professor Webb directs the SENG (Supporting Emotional Needs of Gifted) program which provides diagnostic and counseling services for gifted children and their families and trains doctoral psychologists. Many of the ideas in this digest are derived from Webb, J.T., Meckstroth, E.A., and Tolan, S.S. (1982). Guiding the Gifted Child. Dayton: Ohio Psychology Press.

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